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WILSON HALL 




1950 



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Vol. XLI 

Published by the students of 

MADISON COLLEGE 

Harrisonburg, Virginia 




€. 



SAMUEL PAGE DUKE 

whose clear-visioned ideals have been em- 
bodied in the very life-blood of Madison 
College, giving it a shining heritage from 
the past and a challenge to carry it into 
the future. 



V Joe Jyeoicaie C^kis 



Uur 1 resioenh 



GEORGE TYLER MILLER 

whose friendship is in tune with the spirit 
of Madison College, and whose leadership 
potentialities promise our college a suc- 
cessful tomorrow. 



Jjook 





In the processional — representatnes 
from colleges and universities. 



1 resLaenlLaL ilnaucfuralLoyi 

One of the highlights of tht- year was the inaugura- 
tion of G. Tyler Miller as the third president of Madi- 
son College in the ceremony held Decemher 10, 1949, 
in Wilson Auditorium. 

The many guests who attended included delegates 
of other colleges and officials of the State. 

Dr. M'Ledge Moti'ett, Dean of Women of Radford 
College, paid a tribute to the outstanding achievements 
and selfless service of Dr. Samuel Page Duke, Presi- 
dent Emeritus. 

William M. Tuck, Governor of Virginia, greeted 
the guests and extended enthusiastic good wishes to 
President Miller and to the future of Madison College. 

Dr. J. Hillis Miller, President of the University of 
Florida, delivered an interesting analysis of liberal 
education, its aims and problems. 



Mr. Blake T. Newton, Chairman of the State Board of h'.ducation, formal!}- 
installed the new president of Madison College. 




On tlic rosiruni — leaders in education. 



By Governor Tuck — a salutation. 



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By President Miller — an ii.,.,..,i.. ... 
address. 



From Mr. Xeutun — congratulations. 



President G. Tyler Miller expressed his gratitude for the opportunity afforded 
him as leader of Madison College and set forth plans for future advancement of 
the college. 

A reception and a luncheon were lu-kl for delegates and official guests follow- 
ing the inaugural ceremony. 



In Harrison Hall — a reception and luncheon. 






LAYING THE FOUNDATION FOR IJx.A.X HALL 




At this mid-century we pause — looking 
back into the past with heartfelt memories 
and into the future with youthful dreams 
for progress and achievement. These years 
at Madison have been but the foundation 
stones. College has been a way of life from 
which we have gained knowledge and in- 
spiration. We have known exuberance 
and melancholy, contentment and restless- 
ness, achievement and disillusion, but 
throughout the years there has been the 
undercurrent of development. May these 
pages reflect this growth; may they exhibit 
our readiness to meet the problems of a 
changing world. 



J^oHo 



"That inir daiKjJilcrs may be as cornerstones, polished after 
the similitude of a palace." 




THIS IS DOLLY . . . 

It matters not if slu- is tall nv short, thin or 
stout, hrilliant or a\craf^"c-. What docs matter is 
that in her heart there lives a genuine feeling of 
pride and love for Madison College. The tradi- 
tions, challenging opportunities, incomparable 
fellowships, and the bus\- hum of activity have 
come to be very dear to her. Her years at Madi- 
son have enriched her life so much that, in keep- 
ing with the prevailing spirit here, she would like 
to share them with you. Here is a view of her 
way of life, an adequate background for pro- 
fessional life or homemaking. She hopes you will 
like it as much as she does. Let her guide you 
now through the pages of this liook which are a 
brief glimpse into the life of Madison College. 



Campus. . . whether sunning on the rock or 
watching the lights glowing brightly at night, 
we find our campus is a shining jewel set in 
a lovely valley. 





Classes. . . whether Freshman or Senior, we sit 
side by side in classes and walk together down 
Wilson steps on our way back to cjur dorms, 
our arms full of books. 






Administration. . . whether giving us iiidivichial 
aid or meeting as a whole to discuss our proli- 
lems, the\' are our teachers and friends, with- 
out wlioni our sinall success could never have 
been attained. 



Organizations. . . whether members of hirge 
groups such as Student Government, or 
officers and members of smaller clubs, we join 
together for special interests and social ex- 
periences. 



Athletics. . . whether we play on the \arsity 
teams or merely for our own enjoyment, we 
believe in good sportsmanship of participants 
and spectators. 



School Life. . . whether we are caught in the 
teeming post office rush, or are enjoying a 
leisurely Saturday night date, our daily activi- 
ties are the real essence of Hfe. 



Features. . . whether she be Madonna of the 
Christmas pageant or a leader in her class, 
there are times when we wish to recognize 
the outstanding members among us. 



Advertisements. . . whether we need clothes, 
food, gifts, school supplies or w-hat-not, 
there are friendly merchants ready to serve 
us. 







. . . whether sunning on the rock 
or watching the Hghts glowing 
brightly at night, we find our 
campus is a shining jewel set in 
a lovely valley. 



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Through the GATEWAY we pass many times . . . arriving as freshmen, going 
to town, mailing a letter late at night, or coming back from a week end. It's our 
welcome mat, beckoning friends to our campus. As Seniors we pass through it, 
leaving behind our college days but retaining our wonderful memories. 



W'ho can forget her first meeting in ALUMNAE HALL with Mrs. Garl)er, Dean 
of Freshmen, the dates and teas in the reception room, or \isits witli Miss 
Vandever as an upperclassman. 




awta^^ ii>i ■miiiiiiit "«*■ iiiiagai^"- • r-" * ,•- ' 



MAURY HALL, the oldest classroom Imildin^^ on campus, holds many a linger- 
ing memory and squeaking floorboard. What surprising odor will float through 
its halls today — the smell of baking from the hcjme economics department or the 
bitter twang ot hydrogen sulfide from the chemistry laboratory? 





REED HALL offtr.s a niotley cunibinaliuii ul excrcLsc for tlir niiiid ami IjikIv. 
It's as much "home" for the physical education major who li\es in its gym as 
for the lanj,aiage and history student who dwells in its classrooms. And on 
special nights, when the gymnasium becomes a glittering ballroom and couples 
dance to orchestral strains, it turns into a palace. 



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HARRISON HALL 



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HARRISON HALL, with its practice rooms, dining .halls, post office, book store, 
tea room and bulletin boards, is certainly a center of campus activity. Elections, 
"pay-days", luncheons, and jam sessions are held within its walls. Madison stu- 
dents pass through its doors many times a day. 



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TIic Lir.l'JARY is a haven of peace and solitnile, wliere one can seek kn<)\vle(l.s,'e. 
The student's search for truth is conducted here where information awaits liini in 
the latest newspapers and magazines as well as in the oldest, time-worn \olumes. 





Many times we've walked along the campus PATHWAYS from early dawn un- 
til late at night. l)Ut we never cease to be fascinated by the mosaic patterns of the 
shadows on the walks. 







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HOME AIANAGEMEXT HOUSE is a dream tultilK-il for home coinomics 
majors who here have the opportunity to apply all nf the thiii.ys which the\- have 
learned. The house is lovely in every way with a stately gray stone exterior and 
a duplex mterior decorated in period furnishings on the North Side and modern 
turni>hini;s on the South Side. 



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. . . whether Freshman or Senior, 
we sit side by side in classes 
and walk together down Wil- 
son steps on our way back to 
our dorms, our arms full of books. 



et 



asses 




Senior C>L 



FERN WATERS, President 



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Every graduating class has reniemljrances of its 
past four happy years at Madison. The class of 1950, 
although it has added innovations to Madison tradi- 
tion, could hardly call itself different in this respect. 

So, in looking through the kaleidoscope, we see the 
freshman year tirst of all. That was the year that it 
didn't rain all fall, that the longest lines in all times 
were formed — in the post-office, the tea room, the hank, 
the registrar's office — and that men were enrolled for 
the first time in a regular session. The tennis champion 
of the year was Henrietta Lanier and the runner-up 
was Dot Lewis, also a freshman. 




Officers: L. Foster, scri/caiil-al-aniis: J. Parker, scirclury : V>. Hnnlle, -I'irc-l^ri'xidciil ; 
At. Bates, Ircasiircr; A. Siniiison. reporter: 1. I'ngh. I'lisiiiesx iimmitier 



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The girls didn't stop eating either. 
James's, Flippo's, JuHas's and all the other 
gathering places were visited constantly. B}' 
the next fall the same girls couldn't he 
recognized except as "bursting-at-the-seam" 
Sophomores. Nearly all the class were now 
living at sophomore haven, Johnston Hail. 




How thrilled we were tlie night our :-ister class capped 

and siiwiied us; then we felt the full significance of 

heing Seniors. 



A busy sophomore year trimmed the girls to neat Juniors, who lived in suites. 
Everyone now had unlimited week ends, and practically everyone was overw.helmed 
by assignments of term papers. Could this be the year they had besn dreaming of ? 
It was a mad-happy combination of play and work. 

In between term papers, there was Junior Class Day with Ellis Arnall as 
speaker, the first election campaign for major college officers, and, best of all, 
recreation rooms, a redecorated college camp, and new privileges. 

But if the kaleidoscope showed changes from 1946 to 1948. it began to spin 
madly in 1949, for when the class returned that fall, it welcomed all sorts of nev/ 
changes. A new family had moved into Hillcrest. Although regretful at the 
resignation of Dr. Duke, the class added its welcome to Mr. Miller, the new presi- 
dent. There were pastel rooms in the suites, kitchenettes in the sorority houses, 
unlimited lights, no library fines. Doc's across the street, a new dormitory under 
construction, a dance-club week entl, and the new game canasta! Dr. and Mrs. 
Chappell, the sponsors, and |inimie Chappell, the inascot, remained constant factors 
through all changes. 

It isn't that the mid-century class meant to bring changes to Madison ; it's just 
that change has followed upon its heels, even in the new welcoming ceremony of 
student government for the freshmen. 

And so they graduated with a spirit welcoming change whenexer it brings 
good — the class of 1950. 



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Senior Hall, the honit- of many "dignified" Seniors and the background 
for our colorful May Dav. 




Who can forget the fun of Senior Class Night when we recalled and relived 

earlier days at Madison? 



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Cfraauallon JJaijs 



An air of (.■xcitcnit-nt settled ii\er tlie campus the first week in June as Seniors 
realized that these were their last days at Madison. It seemed as if examinations 
wouUl never be over . . . and then they were. At last all breathed a sigh of relief 
and took their places in the line for processional practice on Friday. 

Saturday was a busy day, with the Senior breakfast early in the morning; the 
Class Day program, ending with the Freshmen forming the letter S on the quad- 
rangle ; friends and relatives arriving during the day ; and the Senior dance climax- 
ing our college years of social activity and fun. 

Sunday morning the Baccalaureate sermon yielded inspiration. Our hearts 
will long reflect the glow of candles on the quadrangle during Sunday night's 
Seniority Service following the Vesper program. 

Graduation day, June 5. 1950, arrived at last. The processional, led by the 
Glee Club, including the Seniors, graduating Sophomores, and faculty members, 
marched down the aisle to the stirring strains of "Pomp and Circumstance" played 
by the college orchestra. The Seniors listened intently to the challenge given them 
by the commencement speakers. Then, as their names were called, they went 
proudly forward to receive their diplomas along with President Miller's congratu- 
lations. 

It was all over too soon. With tears in their eyes the Seniors sang their Alma 
Mater for the last time, and, clutching their diplomas, they liravely marched out 
to face the world. 



We marched together for the last time, with a lump in our throats but 
gladness in our hearts. 




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First Roz^-: I. Munson, F. Waters, M. Hurdle. Second Roxc: J. Cnimer, J. Parker, M. 

Thomas, F. Perkinson, S. Strader. Third Roz>.': B. Banish, E. Tuhhs, N. Penii, M. Jett, R. 

Shirkey, K. Blakemore. Absent from Picture: J. Snedegar. 

( joko s ( yyiio Oimoncf Sluoenh un Ofmerican 
Kjolle(jes ana LlnLve^sLlies 

This year Madison was justly proud of having fifteen of her students repre- 
sented in the annual publication of Who's ll'ho Among Students in American 
CoUeges and Uniz'ersities. This recoijnition i^ one of tlu- most highh' coveted 
awards on campus. 

Chosen by a combined student and faculty committee, the group represents 
those who have shown outstanding abilities as campus leaders. The girls were se- 
lected on the merits of high scholarship, leadership, fine character, and their con- 
tributions to Madison College. 

Recognition of this honor receives respect for these students all through their 
lives in all walks of life. It is a goal Vt'ell worth striving for, and these students 
riiihtlv deserve the honor. 



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SenL 



enwn 




EUGENIA MARGHERITA 
ALBERA 

B.S. in Education 

Union City, New Jersey 




GLORIA MILDRED 
ALLEY 

B.S. in I-'.ilucation 

Grund\". \ irtrinia 




EARLENE EISLYN 
ANDES 

B.S. in Education 

llarrixinliur"-, \'iri;inia 




MILDRED JANE 
ANDREWS 

B.S. in Education 

I'henix, X'irtrinia 



IRIS NANCY ARRANTS 
B.S. 

I'^alls Cliurcli, \ iri^inia 



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GYNETH CLEO ARTHUR 

B.S. in Education 
Hurt, Mrijinia 





BARBARA WEBB 
BANISH 

B.S. in iMlucation 

Norfolk, \'irsj;inia 



SenL 



emors 




MARY RUTH BANNER 

B.S. in Education 
Castlewood, X'lrginia 



MARTHA JANE BARRETT 

B.S. in Education 

x\bingdon, \'irginia 



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eU of J 950 





ROSA LEE BEAHM 

B.S. in I'^ducatiiin 
Nokesville, \'irgini;i 




ANNE ELISE BELLENOT 

B.S. 
Richnidnd, A'irs^inia 



MARIAN HELMS BATES 

B.S. 
Ridlcv I'ark, rennsvhania 




LUCILLE PRICE BERGER 

B.S. in Education 
Gretna, Mrginia 



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emors 



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DOROTHY JANE BETHEL 
B.S. 

Massies Mill, \'ir.t;;inia 




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IRENE FRANCES BLAIR 
B.S. 

^\'cll\•ilk', \'irginia 




MARJORIE LEE 
BIRCHARD 

B.A. 

Harrisdnhurtj. \'irfj;iiiia 




HELEN ANNE BISHOP 

I'.S. in Education 
McKenney, N'irginia 



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eia^^of 1950 




KITTIE JEAN 
BLAKEMORE 

B.S. 

Manasses, X'irtrinia 





CHARLOTTE MATTHEWS 
BOICE 

B.S. in I'^ducaliiiii 

I^vnchl)urfi', \'ir,t^inia 



DOROTHY ANN BLAND 

IkS. ill lulucation 
Shantjhai, \"irginia 




MARY ANNE BOONE 

r)..\. in l-.ducaticin 

Riicky .Miiunl, \'irginia 



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BETTE WISE 
BOSSERMAN 

li.S. in Lducali(.m 

Harris nburg, \ irginia 





DORIS WHEELBARGER 
BOWMAN 

P).S. in Education 

H arri SI >n 1 )n r ^' , \' i r gi n i a 



SenL 



emors 




MARJORIE JOAN 
BOWMAN 

B.S. in liducation 

Edinhuro;, Viryinia 



NATALIE LOUISE 
BOWMAN 

B.S. in Education 

\A'ashino-ton, D.C. 



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eU of 1950 





MARY JANE BRADLEY 
B.S. 

Richnidiid, A'ir^inia 




CLARA REBEKAH 
BROOKS 

r..S. in I'',(lucati<iii 

Si)uth Hill, \'ir.s,'iiiia 



AUDREY DEANE 
BOWYER 

I'l.S. in Mducalion 

licdfunl, \'ir.L,'^inia 





JEANNE HARTMOND 
BRUCE 

B.S. in Education 

L\-nchl)urL;\ \'ir";inia 



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LELIA KATHERINE 
BURNER 

P).S. in Educatit)!! 

W'ondstock, \'ir<Tinia 





PHYLLIS ANN BURNS 

U.S. in I'lducation 
Newington, Connecticut 



SenL 



emors 




NANCYE JANE 
BUTTERWORTH 

B.S. 

W'ilson, \'ir.L;inia 



MARGARET CAMPBELL 
BYRD 

B.A. in Education 

Onancock, Virginia 



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eU of 1950 






IRENE SEIDMAN CANTOR 

B.S. in lulucalion 
I'ortsmciulh. \'iri;inia 



MARY COHEN CANTOR 

B.S. in luiucation 
Richniiind, Mryinia 



POLLYANNA CALHOUN 

B.S. in I-xlucation 
Dale Enterprise, Xirginia 




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ANN ESTHER CARTER 

B.S. in ICilucation 
North (iarden, \"irifinia 



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MARGARET ANN CARTER 

B.M. 
Rids^eway, \'ir.t;'inia 





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BETTY JANE CHAPMAN 

Ii.S. in Education 
l\ichnic;nd. Xir^inia 



Sen'b 



emon 




ELSIE MAE CHAPMAN 

B.S. in Education 
Hopewell, X'irijinia 



PAULINE VIRGINIA 
CLEAVER 

Ii.S. in l''.ducation 

Rouo-h Run, West X'irginia 



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Glass of 1950 




NADINE CLENDENNING 

B.M. 
Martinshurg. West \'irginia 




JANE WARREN 
CLEVELAND 

B.S. 

Milll)(ir(i, \'irL;"inia 




CHARLOTTE RUTH 
COATES 

\\'()(i(l\ille, \'ir"inia 




MARY LOUISE COBB 

]'..S. in l'"ilucalit)n 
Fairfax, \'ir<;iiiia 



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ELIZABETH ANNE 
COLLINS 

B.S. Ill EducatiDn 

Clinchco, Virginia 





MARGARET ANNE 
COMPHER 

B.A. in Education 

Arlington, Virginia 



Seni 



eriLors 




MARTHA DOTTE COVEY 

B.S. in lulucation 
Sni)w\'ille, \'irt;inia 



RUBY ELIZABETH 
CRADDOCK 

B.S. in Education 

Chatham, Virginia 



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eU of 1950 




JOANNE SHUMATE 
CRAIG 

I).S. in I^lducatiini 

Axtciii, \ iri'inia 




JOYCE ELEANOR 
CRAMER 

B.A. 

Sutton, Massachusetts 




CLARA WAILES DARBY 

B.S. in F.ducation 
W'ashini^tim (Inive, Maryland 




PATRICIA ELIZABETH 
DAUGHERTY 

B.S. 

Crisfield, Afarvland 



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enwYS 



JEAN GOODE DAVIS 

B.S. in Education 
Hampton, \'iroinia 





MARY ELEANOR DAVIS 

B.A. in Education 
Portsmouth, \ ir<>'inia 




MARY JANE DAY 

B.S. 
Dover, Delaware 



FREDERICKA WILLIS 
DEVIER 

B.S. in Education 

ITarrisonliurg, \'iroinia 



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eU of J 950 





SARAH JANE DILL 

Jl.S. 
Richmond, Xir^inia 




VIRGINIA ELIZABETH 
DIXON 

B.M. 

I'liiiijd, X'in-iiiia 



DIANA DOBBS 

B.A. in l'",(lucatii)n 
Shenandiiali, \'irL;"inia 




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LORRAINE GRACE 
DORRINGTON 

B.S. 

Oswego. New \'cirk 



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MARY CLARE 
DOUGHERTY 

B.S. in Education 

Pulaski, \'iro;inia 





NANCY ELIZABETH 
DOUGHTON 

B.S. in Education 

Alexandria, \'irs:inia 



SenL 



emors 




JACQUELINE DOVEL 
DRIVER 

B.S. 

Cnllegc Park, Maryland 



LAURA BELLE 
DUNNAVANT 

B.M. 

Charlotte Court House, 
Virginia 



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GLiiol 1950 






MARJORIE ANNE DYER 

B.S. in Education 
Sandston, \ irs^inia 



LOIS LORRAINE EARLY 

]').S. in ICducation 
1 larrisonliiirp'. \ irs/inia 



MARJORIE DUNTHORNE 

B.S. in I'",(lucati(in 
Trcnlon, Xcw Icrsev 




VIRGINIA DARE EASON 

B.S. in Education 
Carrs\-illc, \'irginia 



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JUNE KINZER EATON 

B.A. in Education 
Bedfiird, \'iririnia 





LEW ANN ECHARD 

B.S. in Kducatiim 
Keezlet(.)wn, Virginia 



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emors 




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MARGARET LORRAINE 
FOSTER 

B.S. in !'",dncatiiin 

Alexandria, X'iryinia 



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NELLIE ELIZABETH 
FUNKHOUSER 

B.S. in Education 

McGaheysville, \'irginia 



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eU^f/950 




RUTH KATHLEEN 
FUNKHOUSER 

B.A. 

!\k'Gaheys\ille, \'irginia 




NORMA JEAN GAITHER 

I'l.A. in Kducatidii 
Cumberlaml, Maryland 




MARIE JACKSON 
GILBERT 

I'l.S. in I'.ilucation 

Stan(lards\ ilk', Xiruinia 




MARY MARSHALL 
GILMORE 

]'>.S. in Mducatiim 

Culpejjcr, X'irginia 



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VIRGINIA LEE GRANT 

B.S. in Education 

Vi'inchester. \'irsrinia 





V 



PATRICIA CAROLYN 

GRIFFITH 

B.A. in Education 
Gaithersburg, Maryland 



Seniors 




BETTY ANN GRIM 
^\'inche5te^, \'irginia 



NANCY LYNN 
HAMILTON 

B.A. in Education 

Xassavvadox, \'irginia 



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eu^^ of 1950 





RUTH LORRAINE 
HARRIS 

B.S. in Ei:lucatii>n 

W'ashintrton, D.C. 



ANNE LEE HARMON 

B.S. in Educaliiin 
Cridsrewater, X'iryinia 




MILDRED CARTER 
HARRISON 

B.A. in I{(lucatiijn 

Eclipse, Virginia 




HELEN RUTH 
HARSHBARGER 

B.S. in Education 

Hopewell, \'iryinia 



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AUDREY LOUISE 
HAWKINS 

B.S. 

New Market, Xirijinia 





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MARION JO\CE HAYDON 

I'>.S. in [education 

Kilmarnock, X'irginia 



Seniors 




NORMA EDA HEIBER 

B.S. 

Framinsrham, Massachusetts 



DOROTHY ANN 
HERBERT 

B.S. in Education 

^^'a^•erlv, \'irsrinia 



y 



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eirm of 1950 




ANNE ROANE HILL 

B.S. in Educaiion 
Winchester, \'irj^ini;i 




LIBBY ANN HITE 

I'l.S. in I'Lducatiiin 
"rinil)cr\ille, X'irpinia 




ELEANOR MARREE 
HOGAN 

U.S. in J-.chKation 

I'ortsmuuth, N'iryinia 







MARY ELIZABETH 
HOOKER 

B.S. 

Nokesville, \'irginia 



[M] 




FLORENCE FAE HOOVER 
B.S. 

Arlington, \ irginia 





GEORGIA WINIFRED 
HOSKINSON 

B.S. in I'.ducation 

Falls L'hurch, X'irt^inia 



SenL 



emors 




ELIZABETH LOUISE 
HOSTETTOR 

B.A. 

Harrisonburg, \'irg'inia 



MARY ELIZABETH 
HURDLE 

B.S. 

Salislnirg, Maryland 



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eu of 1950 




MARY ELIZABETH 
JAMERSON 

B.M. 

Bedford, \'ir"inia 





MATTIE JANETTE JETT 

B.S. in I-lducatiiin 
Fliivd, \ ir-'inia 



SUE ESTELLE JENNINGS 
B.A. 

Harrisonburg, Xirginia 




JEAN ELINOR JOSEPH 

B.S. 

HarrisonburL;', \'irginia 



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MARY CATHERINE 
JULIAS 

B.S. in lulucation 

Harrisnnhurt;', Xiruinia 





GENEVA FRANCES 
KARNES 

B.S. in Education 

lUichanan, Xirsjinia 



SenL 



eiuors 




MARGARET SUSAN 
KAYLOR 

B.S. in Kducatinn 

Harrisonburg, \ irginia 



CLARA BOWMAN 
KELLER 

B.S. in I'.cliicatinn 

Stra.'^huri'-, \'ira;inia 



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eu of 1950 





LOUISE FLETCHER KING 

I'.S. in I'.ducation 
Washini'tini, l).C. 



B. CARROL KENNETTE 

B.S. in luiucatinn 
I'lainfielil, Xew Jersey 




ALICE MAY KIVLAN 

Pi.S. in Education 
Ri)slin(lak', Massaclni setts 




SHIRLEY MARIE 
KODRICH 

B.S. 

Colonial lleitihts, Airyini 



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GERALDINE LANDMAN 
B.S. 

Kichmi 111(1, \ irginia 





HENRIETTA REBECCA 
LANIER 

B.S. in I'^ilucalii ill 

I'etersliurp;, \'ir<>inia 



s 



eriLors 




MARJORIE ANN LEHMAN 

li.AI. 
L'nion, Xfw Jersey 



ANNA KATHERINE 
LEWIS 

P).,S. in ]-.(lucaticin 

Clarksburg', Xew Jersey 



[ ->b ] 



eu of 1950 





AUDREY ANNE LOONEY 
B.S. in iMlucaiiiin 
("inindy, X'irs^inia 




JOYCE LUMSDEN 
B.A. in Education 
Redwddd. \ irtrinia 



DOROTHY QUINN LEWIS 

B.S. in I-lducation 
Danxille, \ irj^inia 




MARJORIE E. MAGUIRE 

B.S. in Education 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 



[37] 




SALLIE BELL MAPP 

B.A. 
Nassawadox, X'iroinia 





NAOMA JOANNE 
MATTHEWS 

B.S. in Kducatioii 

Cumberland, Maryland 



SenL 



emon 




PHYLLIS MOORE 
McKENNEY 

B.S. 

Tdarrisdnhiir"', Yirsjinia 




VIRGINIA ROSE 
McNULTY 

B.S. in Educatiiin 

X\'atcrbury, Cunnecticut 



[58] 



Glass of 1950 





MARY UPSHUR MEARS 

I'l.S. in I'-ducatiim 
I'ainter, X'iriiinia 




MARY CAROLINE 
MELTON 

Pi.S. in I'.dncation 

Ashland. \'ir,L;"inia 



MARY JANE MENEFEE 

I'.S. in I'.dncatiim 
Harrisiinliuru', N'iryinia 




ELOISE GORDON MILLER 

B.S. in Education 
Paw Paw, West \'injinia 



[59] 




y 



LEONA CRIDER MILLER 

B.S. in Education 
Davton, A'iro'inia 





ARLETA MAE MITCHELL 

B.S. in Education 
Franklin, West Virginia 



SenL 



emors 




JANE JONES MOHLER 

i;.M. 

.Mt. .Sulli\-an, X'irQ'inia 



JANE McCORKLE MOORE 
B.S. 

Lexington, Virginia 



[60] 



eims of 1950 





MARGARET ANN MOORE 

B.S. in Ediicatiiiii 

Flint II ill. \'ir.!^inia 




KATHERINE ANN 
MOOREFIELD 

B.A. 

.Xrlinj^lim, \ iri^inia 



MARGARET ALICE 
MOORE 

B.S. 

I'.ucna \'ista, \'ir.i;-inia 




ELSIE MAE MORRIS 

B.S. in Education 
Proffit. Mruinia 



[61] 




NANCY WALKER 
MORRISON 

U.S. in l',{lucatii)ii 

Koanokc, X'irt^inia 





JANE JUANELLE 
MOTTERN 

Pi.S. in I'.ducation 

J'ittsl)urt;h, I'cniisyKania 



SenL 



emors 




JOYCE CATHERINE 
MOYERS 

B.S. in Ediicatiiiii 
Broadway, \'irginia 



IRENE FLORENCE 
MUNSON 

B.S. in Education 

Falls Church, X'irginia 



[62] 



eU of 1950 




ANN RICHARD NEFF 

U.S. in Ivhicatiiin 
Rural Retreat, \ iryinia 




PATRICIA ANN NEWTON 
B.S. in ICducation 
l.ucketts, \'irtrinia 




NELWYN ANTHOLENE 
O'BRIEN 

r>.A. in F,ducatii)n 

Appnmatox, \ irt;"inia 




JEAN MARIE PARKER 

B.A. in Education 
Portsmou t h , \ irj^i n ia 



[63] 




NANCY RUTH PENN 

]',.S. 
Ivoaimkc, \'ir,<;inia 





FLORENCE JOYNER 
PERKINSON 

B.S. 

Alexandria, \'in/inia 



Senli 



emors 




LUCY ELLEN PETERSON 

i'..S. 
Norfolk, \''irij'inia 



RUTH ELIZABETH 
PHILLIPS 

B.S. in ICducation 

E\ing'ton, \'irginia 



[64] 



eiassof 1950 





ANN REDDING POWELL 

B.S. in PLducation 
Newport Xews, X'irginia 



SHIRLEY MAE PICKREL 
B.S. in Educatiiin 
Allavista, N'iryinia 




MARY ELIZABETH 
POWELL 

B.S. in l'!<lucati(in 

r>ri(l'rewatcr, Xirtjinia 




ELIZABETH BROWN 
PRESTON 

B.M. 

\\'ui)dsti)ck, \'irs,finia 



[65 




JEAN ELIZABETH PUGH 

B.S. in riducation 
Newport News, X'irginia 




SHIRLEY ANN QUINN 

B.S. in Education 
Hot Springs, \'iro;inia 




MARY MARGARET 
PURCELL 

B.A. in Education 

H;'rri.siinl)uri'", \'irs/inia 



s 



emors 




FLORIA FRANCES 
PURVIS 

B.S. 

Covesville, X'irs^inia 



[66 1 



eU of 1950 






EDITH ELSON REMICK 

B.S. in I'.diicalion 

Sniithficld, \ irsjinia 



MELBA ANDERSON REID 

ii.S. 
Decatur. Georpia 



MARTHA JEAN REDDOUT 

B.S. 

Naples, New \'()rk 




JUNE ELIZABETH RICE 

B.A. 

Arlington, Virginia 



[67] 




SetiL 



etiLors 



ALMA GERTRUDE 
ROBERTS 

B.S. 

Arlinotcin, \'irginia 





ANNE C. RALSTON 

B.S. 
Harrisonliurg, Virginia 




MARGARET PROCTOR 
ROLSTON 

B.S. in Educatiiin 

New Hope, X'lrginia 



REBA STICKLEY 
ROSENBAUM 

B.M. 

Junesxille, \'irginia 



[68] 



eu of 1950 






MARJORIE ANN SCOTT 

B.S. 
Elizahcthton, Tennessee 



DOROTHY MARIE ROWE 
B.S. 

W'illianisiHirt, .Maryland 



POLLYANNA ROSS 

I'l.S. in I'.ducatinn 
Smart, \'iru;inia 




.^: 



SYLVIA LENORE SEIBEL 

B.S. 
Kcianokc, \ ircinia 



[69] 




s 



efuors 



MARY BOB SEWELL 
B.A. in Education 
Roanoke, X'irginia 





DORIS MARIE SHERMAN 

]'..S. in I'.ducation 
Xew])(>rt News, A'irs^inia 





MARY FRANCES SHIPLEY 
B.A. 

T'.win"', \ ir"inia 



RETHA ATHEY SHIRKEY 

B.S. 

\\^inchester, \'irQ;inia 



[70 1 



eu of 1950 




BETTY ANN SHOMO 

B.S. 
Harrisonburg-, \'ir,oinia 




PEGGY JEAN SHOMO 

B.S. in Education 
Staunton, \'irginia 




SHIRLEY MAE SHORTER 

B.A. in Education 
Camljridee, ATarvland 




NELLIE LOUISE 
SHUMAKE 

B.S. in Educatiim 

Grott<ies, A'irginia 



[71] 




ANNE PRESTON SIBERT 

B.S. 
Harrisonburg, Virginia 





ALDA LORRAINE 
SIMMONS 

13. S. in l'",(Iucatii)n 

Franklin, West Virginia 



s 



emon 







RUTH VIRGINIA 
SIMMONS 

D.S. in Educaticin 

luigle l\(ick, \'irginia 



FRANCES ANNETTE 
SIMPSON 

B.A. in Education 
Chatham, X'irginia 



[72] 



eU of 1950 




NORMA FAE SIVITER 

J'l.A. in l-^ducation 
l);in\ille, \'ir"-inia 




BARBARA JEAN SLEMP 

B.S. in Education 

Sugar Cirove, N'irginia 




JEAN ANN SNEDEGAR 

B.M. 
Koaudkc, \'iroinia 




%^ 



PATSY JANE SOURS 
B.A. 

Chalhani, X'irginia 



[ 7:^ ] 







ETHEL ORDELL 
SPRADLIN 

B.S. in Educatiiin 

Goodview, \'iro;inia 





CLARA PAULINE 
STEPHENS 

B.S. in Education 

Edinhuro', \ irijinia 



SenL 



emors 




^t. f 



V 



MARGARET ANN STONE 

B..\. in Education 

Bi.<j Stiine Gap, \'irginia 



ANN LOUISE STOUT 

B.S. in Education 
Chattanooga, Tennessee 



['"4] 



eu of 1950 




SARAH ELIZABETH 
STRADER 

B.S. 

re;irisl)urt;'. \'iroiiiia 





NADINE EMILIA 
SWINSON 

l'..S. 

.M;il)le Hill, Xorth Carolina 



ANN HARLIN SULLIVAN 

B.S. in lulucation 

1 larrisDnliurt;', X'irginia 




rv%,j 



MARTHA REE THOMAS 

I'. A. in Education 
T)an\ille, Virginia 



["-^] 




ELSIE CARSON 
THORNHILL 

B.S. ill Kducatinii 

A])]iniTi;ittox, \'iri,rini;i 





NATALIE EASTMAN 
TOWNE 

B.S. in Education 

Kenncliiink I'Drt, Maine 



s 



enLors 




CATHERINE CHILDS 
TRAVERS 

r>..^. in ]'",ikK'ati()n 

.Ste])hens(in, \ irtjinia 



EVELYN JACKSON TUBES 

B..^. in Education 

^^'vonlin^'■, Delaware 



[76] 



eU of 1950 





RUTH JOYCE VAUGHAN 

B.S. in luhicatii.in 
Hopewell, X'irginia 



ANNE HORN VANCE 

]'>.A. in Education 

1 larrisonluiry. \ ir.i;"inia 




FRANCES IRENE VIAR 

B.S. in l'",(hicatiini 
lUiena \'ista, X'irg-inia 




ELLEN FIELDER 
WATERS 

B.A. in Education 

Dumfries, \'irginia 



[77] 




s 



emors 




FERN ELIZABETH 
WATERS 

P).S. in I'.ducation 

Kichmond, \'irt;ini;i 





PHYLLIS ELIZABETH 
WEAVER 

B.S. 

Lewistown. IV-nnsvlvania 




VIRGINIA LOUISE WELLS 

B.S. in Ivlucation 
Kust'OKint, l'i'nns\l\ania 



ELLA MARGARET 
WIGGINS 

B.S. 
Norfolk, ^'irginia 



[78] 



GU of 1950 




1*- 

1^ 



ELIZABETH ANNE 
WILSON 

B.S. 

Jviickhridj^e Uaths, \ irj^inia 




MARY MADELINE 
WISEMAN 

B.S. in Education 

Stauntiin, N'irijinia 




MARY LYNN YEARY 

B..S. in l-,(incalii)n 
J()nes\ilie. \ irjj'inia 




GRACE CAROLYN YOW 

B.S. in Educatiiin 
Jeffs, \'irginia 



[79] 




Se)iL 



emors 



THEODORE BASSON 
APGAR 

B.A. in Education 

Front Royal. Xirsjinia 





CHARLES WILLIAM 
BOYER 

B.S. 

\\ <i()dstock. \ irsrinia 




RONALD DEAN BURTON 

li.S. 

I'rcdcricksljurg, \ iryinia 



DAVID ALVIN CARTER 

B.S. 

Harrisonburg, \'irginia 



[80] 



eLis^ofI950 





DONALD BAKER 
CLATTERBUCK 

B.S. 

Harrisiinhurs^', \ irt;ini;i 




JOSEPH ROBERT DACIEK 

B.S. 
Saginaw, Michigan 



WILLIAM GLEN CLEGG 

B.S. 

Harrisonburg, \'irginia 




BYARD SANFORD 
DEPUTY 

B.S. 

])ak' Enterprise, \irginia 



[81] 




EVERETTE FRANKLIN 
DRIVER 

B.S. 

Timberville, \ irginia 




LAWRENCE WORTH 
HATCH 

B.S. in Education 

Alexandria, Airginia 




BASIL L. EAVEY 

B.S. 
Mt. Sidney, \ irginia 



5 



emors 




KENTON FILLER 
GAMBILL 

B.S. 

Harrisi)nl)urg, \irginia 



[ ^2 ] 



eU of 1950 




JOSEPH CECIL HILL, JR. 
B.S. 

Bridijewater, \'irs;inia 



JOHN PAUL HEATWOLE 

B.S. 
Harrisonburg, \ irginia 




RAYMOND W. HORN 
B.S. 

W'yckolV, Xcw Jersey 




JOHN JENKINS, JR. 

B.S. in Education 
j\Iathias, West \'ira:inia 



[ .s.^^ ] 




HOMER WARREN 
LANDES 

B.A. 

Weyers Cave, \'irginia 




WALTER RAYMOND 
SHOWALTER, JR. 

B.S. 

Hinton, A'irginia 



WILLIAM ROGERS 
OBAUGH 

B.A. 

Lacey Springs, X'irginia 



SenL 



emors 





CARL EWALD RING 

B.S. 

Arlington, \'irginia 



[84] 



eU of 1950 




RICHARD EDWIN 
SPANGLER 

I'l.S. in I''.(lucatiiiii 

1 larriscmliuri^', \ iri;iiiia 



JACKSON CAMERON 
WHISNANT 



Harrisonliuro'. \'ir«;inia 




WILLIAM THOMAS 
WOHLFORD, III 

B.S. in Education 

Idhnsnn Cit\', Tennessee 




EUGENE ELWOOD 
WOLFE 

B.S. in Education 

1 larri.siinburg', X'irtrinia 



[ S5 ] 




junior C>u 



ass 



September. 1947, seems so long ago to the Class of 
"51. and yet the time has gone by so quickh". The 
years at Madison have been full of rich unforgettable 
experiences. Throughout Freshman and Sophomore 
years, we have looked upon the Junior class with great 
anticipation, never dreaming we would become Juniors 
so soon. 

\\'hoever it was that said the freshman year is 
hard should reconsider that statement. \\'e, as Juniors, 
feel that there is nothing like the junior year. Most 
of us are beginning to go full swing into our own 
particular professional fields. This is the year also 
when we have that ever memorable class of Education, the weekly trips to the 
schools to observe the classes, and term papers, term papers, and more term 
papers. We have appreciated the privilege of leaving the lights on, for without 
late lights what would we have done? 



:M1LDRED BLUETT. President 




Officers, first roif. M. S. Murdock, reporter ; J. Mover, scrtieant-at-arms ; second rozc: J. 
Young, secretary; M. Moore, i ice-president ; M. Bluett, president; P. Simpkins, treasurer 



[86] 








Dates and dfirm parties and remodeled kitchenettes were only [)art of the lite in 

Tunior Hall. 



This year the Junior class adopted a \\'ar Orphan from Greece, Kondilia 
Bourdon, a little .^irl teii \ears old. 

In October we ordered our class rings, which we displaced to the folks back 
home — one sure proof of having- attended Madison. 

Junior Class Day was February 22, when we had the opportunitx' to exhibit 
our various talents. Our speaker was Mr. Alan Lomax, the famous folk song 
artist, known for his e.xpert presentation of old folk songs that ha\e been known 
to the world for ages. 

Moving-up day placed us in the Senior seats and made us realize that ne.xt 
year's campus duties and responsibilities will be ours. 



[87] 



^LinL 



Liiuors 



Agnnr, Kiilli 
Alberty, Eviridis 
Albright. Mildred 
Alexander. Ann 





AIIelian.i;Ii, Juan Harger, Ddnilhy 

Almardde, Jo Barham. Mary 

Amiistcad. Martlia Bateman. Helen 

Bailey. Jeanne Bedwell. Alma 



Birch. Nancy 
Blackmore. Cora 
BInelt. Mildred 
Bonneville, Betty 



Bowman. Anna 
Bowman, i ioris 
Bradley, Martha 
Brady, Elizabeth 






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[88] 




















Brittinghani, Barliara Piuckmaster, Jean Carter, Hazel Colbert. Shirley 

r.rnckiiiaii. Je:m Riirfnrd, Charlotte Cliasoii, Jane Cooter, Raniona 

]'.rinnli;ivk, Mildred L'aKert, Colleen (. ocke, Jeanette Coverston, Jean 

Bryant, Bess Carmen, Claiidenia Cockrill, Catherine Critzer, Jo 



Crovvder, Dorothy 
1 )a\ i'i, Ann 
Davis, Doris 
Deane, Dorothy 



GU of 1951 



ISO] 




Dedrick, Dolly 
Dickie, Emilie 
Dingledine, Agnes 
Dovel, Anne 






^> 9 O 

>0 













Elliott, Margaret Garrett, Ann Geiger, Caroline 

Epperson, Marjorie Garth, Nancy Gilbert, Ann 

Fowlkes, Beverly Garwood, Margaret Glass, Mary 

Furniss, Diane Gauldin, Virginia Goodman, Sally- 



Gordon, Bonnie 
Gore, Miriam 
Graves, Constance 
Griffin, Marjorie 



J' 



amors 



\ '^^] 



eiass of 1951 



Griffith, Bessie 


Hale, Kathryn 


Hardy, Martha 


Holsinger, Betty 


Hmnphries, Audrey 


Groseclose, Barbara 


Hall, Maudleene 


Hinson, Dorothy 


Hotingcr, Mildred 


Hunter, Anne 


Grossman, Betty 


Ham, Patricia 


Hippensteele, Betty 


House, Marie 


Jackson, Wanda 


Grove, Nell 


Hammons, Patricia 


Hockman, Phyllis 


Huckans, Annette 


Jamerson, Cornelia 


















[91] 



^' 



amors 



Jar\is, Kila 
Jones. Lucy 
Johnson, ^[al■tlla 
Kasev, Marv 



Kuffur. Sue Layton, Kulali Liikc, F.dilh 

King, Edna Leonard, Rosamond Lyon, Frances 

Knanss, Dariel Lockhart, Gcraldine Madsen, Pegg}' 

Laync, Harriet Lucy, Christine ^hlnllcl, Jean 









Marsliall, Jean 
Matthews, CaroHne 
Mattox, Charlyne 
^[a\', Bonnie 





t?f> 







[92] 




/ 











iL 




f>#^ 



McGhee, Shirley 


Moore, Martha 


Miirdcck, Mary 


Osborne, Jacqueline 


Pence, Ruth 


McNuinara, Ruth 


Morris, Shirley 


Neal, Bcbe 


Overton, Patricia 


Perkins, Nancy- 


Mere<hth, Ahce 


MoNcr, Jane 


XeKon, Xaiicy 


Palmer, Evelyn 


Peters, Elizabeth 


Miller, Jean 


Munson, Winifred 


Oakham, June 


Parker, Jeanne 


Pierce, Jayne 



Class of 1951 



[93] 




§k^ 










I'inclilieck, Audrey 


Puwell, Mary 


Rolibins, ] "ranees 


Rowland, Mary- 


Shajiiro, Barbara 


Puling, Margaret 


Ragsdale, Ann 


Robertson, Brooks 


Sanderson, Carolyn 


Simpkins, Lonise 


Polsue, Mary 


Ramsey, Jndith 


Rogers, Patricia 


Savage, Margaret 


Simpkins, Phyllis 


Pund, Adelia 


Rhodes, Mary 


Rolston, Frankie 


Schneider, Jane 


Smith, Jndith 



^unL 



amors 



[94] 



GU of 1951 



Siiaulding, Barbarii Sterne, Judith 

Speer, Martha Sumption, Lois 

Speer, Mary Swank, Janice 

Stanle\', Shirley Taylor, Anne 




Temple, G\\\ 
Thrasher, Jean 
Turner, Eunis 
Updike, Dorothy 





W ainwright, Dorothy Ward, Katherine 

Walker, Pauline W'atkins, Shirley 

W'alpole, OUic \'ee W'enzel, Jeanne 

Walton, Jean White, Dorothy 



a 

















[93] 



^unL 



union 



\\ hitcliousc, Jean Wilkins, Josephine 

Whitman, Alargaret W'ilhams, Juanita 

Whitten, Mary \\ills, Mary 

\\ icl<s, Gertrude W'ittcn, Jo 



Woodson, Dilcie ZouUs, Bessie 

V.'oodyard, Lorraine Crider, William 

Young, Jean Devier, Shefl'ey 

Zollman, Betty Good, Lynwood 



Rhodes, James 
Stickley, Bradley 
Turner, Francis 
Turner, George 








^) 






[96] 




The winter may have been mild, but what a beautiful sight we Ije.held the day al 
the campus lay under a covering of ice. 



[97] 



J>onh 



f 



yiomore 



a 



ass 



"Ah" — a sigh of rchef was lieard when the Sopliomorc Class returned to 
Madison for their second year. Yes, we were Sophomores and could hardly 
imagine it. Those first few weeks of autumn found us settling down to books 
and classes and finding the period of adjustment much simpler than it was the 
year before. 

The class of 1952 pitched right int(} work and had things under way in a 
short time. Our first project, that of caring for Ashby Recreation Room, a haven 
for week-end dates, was inlierited from the last _vear's Sophomore class. 

The Sophomores were honored in October liy the Seniors, their sister class, 
when they took part in the capjiing and gowning services held in Wilson Audi- 
torium. A closer knot was tied by tlie two classes on this occasi(jn as nearly all 
the Sophomores had a part in the capping and gowning ceremonv. 

There was no lagging in (jreparation for .Sophomore Class Day, for plans 
were taking shape three tnonths prior to the big event. Dr. Rowland Myers, a 




Looking up the road to Johnston and Sheldon, you can see the "home" of 

many a Sophomore, 



[98] 



most inspiring humorist, had been booked as speak- 
er. The Irish theme was carried out durint; the entire 
dav ending with a most successful Class Night along 
the same Irisli line. There was no doubting the Sopho- 
mores theme as green and white decked the campus 
on this occasion. 

June meant graduation for man\' Sophomores in 
two-year courses. The class of '52 will certainly miss 
their presence in class and campus activities in the fol- 
lowing years. 

Our president. Marilyn Miller, and the other 
officers, with the co-operation of all the class members, 
led us successfully through work and play during the 
year. 




.MARILYN MILLER, President 



We will always have memories of our wonderful sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. 
Percy Warren. Their capable guidance has helped to make the j'ear a great 
success. 




Officers. M. Miller, president; B. Hiner, secretary: S. Wells, sergeant at arms: H. Cupp, 
treasurer: M. Davis, vice-president ; G. Armistead, reporter 



[99] 



Soon 



op 



yiomores 



a 




f> 






Q^ 
















'-19 



•^^ 







AUnian, .Mildred 
Alt, Sue 
Amey, Greta 
Anderson, Alice 
Anderson, Betty 

Armistead, Grace 
Ballah, Helen 
Barbier, Elaine 
Barnes, Virginia 
Barnhill, Peggy 

Barrett, Katlierine 
Hartley, Jacqueline 
Batts, Betty 
Baxter, Jean 
Beale, Marian 

Bear, Jean 
Beducian, Margaret 
Beeler, Be\erly 
Bentley, Joan 
Binion, Phyllis 

Black, Patricia 
Black, Kul.y 
Pdankcnsliip, Martha 
Blanks, Lucille 
Bolen, Kolierta 

Bossieux, Anne 
Bowen. Mary 
Bowie, Joyce 
Bowles, Ann 
Boyd, Belty 



[100] 



Brooking, Ellen 
Brooks, Beverly 
Brown, Billie 
Brown, Jean 
I'ruce, Reiia 

Buck, Frances 
Buracker, Dorothy 
Burgess, Elizabeth 
Butler, Mildred 
Caldwell, Joanne 

Callender, Ann 
Campbell, Christine 
Carratt, Clco 
Carter, Julia 
Caulk, :Mary 

Chauncey, Katheryn 
Claxton, Janet 
Coates, Carrie 
Colonna, Anne 
Look, Virginia 

Copley, Carolyn 
Culpepper, Betty 
Cupp, Hiwana 
Curtis, Mary 
Cutler, Peggy 

Davis, Mildred 
Dolly, June 
Donovan, Sally 
Douglas, Jean 
Downs, Suzanne 




^ ^ ^ ^ 








nlBi" 



^ ip f) rj (| 






Glass of 1952 



[U)l] 



^ ^ c^ 




^ 






%<^(i i 




•:i>^»^^- 

."^.', 







/3 C> ^ 




Dudley, Betty 
Duke, Elizabeth 
I iukes. Norma 
Kdwanls, Jean 
Eniswiller, Helen 

Farnum, Marlene 
Faulier, Betty 
Faulier, Janice 
Ferguson, (_ harlnite 
Fisher, Shirley 

Fitzhugh, Edythe 
Fleshman, Charlotte 
Forrest, Jean 
F(iN, Rebecca 
Frankhouser, Jeanine 

Fravel, Nancy 
French, Nancy 
Gallup, Jacqueline 
Gemmile, F!lizabeth 
George, Sally 

Gillenwater, Mary 
Gimbert, Evelyn 
Goode, Novella 
(iouldin, \'irginia 
Granger, Judy 

Graves, Betty 
Green, Lena 
tiroh, Shirley 
Groseclose, Margaret 
Grubli, Laila 



Soph 



f 



Moynores 



[102] 



eu of J 952 



Guimell, L\nette 
Haga, Isalielle 
Ham, Marcia 
Hannabass, Virginia 
Harlowe, Shirley 

Harris, Mary 
Hartniaii, Charlotte 
Hawkins, Dt)rulhy 
Hayter, Ann 
Heatwole, Sarah 

Hclbig, Joan 
Hiner, Betty 
Holisun, Joan 
Holcomb, Betty 
Holland, Mancha 

HoUoman, Juanita 
Hooper, Rebec-ca 
Horn, Katherinc 
Hosely, Jean 
Hotinger, Ruby 

Hurdle, Barbara 
Hylton, Alary 
Jackson, Maribess 
James, Barbara 
James, Mildred 

Jennings, Edna 
Jones, Doris 
Jones, Roberta 
Jordon, Patricia 
Joyce, Katherine 



^ -Ills, 









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^ 



[103] 



SoDIt 



opnomores 
















^ ^ 




f^ €> ^ 






•^ 





^-^ 




Kikluff, Patricia 
Kindig, Louise 
King, Joanne 
King, Patricia 
Knicely, Margaret 

Knu)!]), Joyce 
Koons, Dorothy 
K<irn, Charlotte 
Knhn, Elizahetli 
LaiUl, AHce 



Laird, Betty, 
Lawson. Betty 
Layman, Edith 
Liskey, E\a 
Long, Emily 



Luck, Betty 
Lumsden. Edith 
Alaier, Ruth 
Manuel, June 
Marshall, Marian 



Mattox, Miriam 
Mays, Elizabeth 
McFarland, Jacie 
McMillan, Nancy 
Miles, Betty 

Millar, P.etty 
Miller, Luciclare 
Miller, Marilyn 
Mosely, Frances 
Moss, Aurelia 



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Mulder, \\ ciuly 
Murray, Betly 
Musser, Mary 
Nuel, \'irginia 
Oakes, Joan 



Orcutt, Cecile 
Fauke>, Helen 
Pearson, Gloria 
Pence, Klizabeth 
Perkins, Sara 

PliiUiiis, Jean 
Pinney, Ann 
Poole, la-:queline 
Porter, Mary 
Porter, Shirley 

Purcell, l.orene 
Ramey, Alberta 
Ramsey, Betty 
katlifcone, Suzanne 
Uay, Mary 

Reel, Joan 
Rennie, Nannie 
Reynolds, Reba 
Ridings, Joan 
Roach, Constance 

Robinson, Betty 
Rodgers, Mary 
Roe, Jean 
Rotella, Shirley 
Rupard, Betty 






















Glass of J 952 



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Russell, Rita 
Sacra, Louise 
Saum, Ellen 
Saunders, Virginia 
Saville, Jean 

Scarborough, Rosalj'u 
Scott, Emily 
Shaver, Gloria 
Sheets, Mary 
Shelor, Janet 

Sliower, Nancy 
Shuler, Eva 
Siin])son, June 
Sisson, Alice 
Smith, Anne 

Snowtlen, Marie 
Siieight, Alice 
Steele, Mary 
Straw, Janet 
Strawdernian, Joan 

Striker, Barbara 
Swortzel, Anna 
Thomas, Claudia 
Thomas, Joyce 
Thompson, Betty 

Thompson, Dorothy 
Tillman, Doris 
Tingle, Lucyle 
Trinkle, Anne 
Tsoleas, Helen 



Turner, Peggy 
Turpin, Katherine 



lomores 



[106] 



eu of 1952 



Umphlette, Betty 
V'iar, Betty 
Walker, Xaiicy 
Warren, l.nrraiiu- 
Warren, Mary 

WatMin, Kaninc 
W'eddle, Sue 
W einranb, lanycc 
Wells, Klla 
Wells Sara 

W eyant, Margaret 
W'hetzel, Ann 
W ilkins, Anna 
W'ilkins, Mary 
W illianis, .Xnne 

W ilnioili, Margaret 
Wilson, Betty 
Wilson, Fae 
Withers, Christine 
Wofid, Jean 

W ood, Jo 
Woodford, Emily 
Woolfolk, Elizahclh 
V\ right, Joye 
Zirkle. Mary 

Zoll, Lotte 
Bell, Hayclen, Jr. 
l!(i\er, Richard 
Eavey, James 
l-'oley, John 

Knupp, Gerald 
Paxton, Lawrence 
Roberts, George 
.Smith, Gordon 
Wicks, Moultun 






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C^ke ^reskman CjLass 



The last clays before leaving home for college were filled with expectation and 
excitement. Trunks were packed, and friends were bidding farewell. Then the 
day came to leave for Madison. Fond parents said regretful good-byes and left 
their daughters in the capable care of Mrs. Garber, the housemothers — Mrs. Hall, 
Mrs. Hoover, and Mrs. Beasley — and the Y.W.C.A. girls, who were acting as 
hostesses. 

The girls soon learned to adjust themselves to college life. Senior counselors 
met them upon their arrival and helped them understand Madison's way of living 
through handbook classes, personal conferences, and just plain "liull-sessions." 

While the leaves turned scarlet and dropped from the trees, these new stu- 
dents were busy finding friends and attending weekly orientation classes. The 
Class of '53 officially, became a part of the student body in the installation 
ceremony in November. Smiles on the faces of the Freshmen showed their pride 
when the purple and gold ribbons were pinned over their hearts. 




No matter where we livcil as a Fn-shinan, we'll alwa\s reniemlier the stately columns. 



[108] 



Tlicn came winU-r, ami rvcryonc wished tor snow. 
Drt'ams of a white Christmas, spun during those last 
exciting days before the holidays, didn't come true for 
most, but other dreams did, and roommates had many 
adventures to share with each other after they return- 
ed, with their resolutions, to start the new year. 

Exams came and went, and with the new sen:estei 
came plans for class day. 

Campus elections aroused the interest of all nx'm- 
bers of the class, and they shown! genuine school spirit 
by their active participation. 

Class cla\' tinalh' arrived and while-clad I'reshmen 
listened to their speaker, Di.rothy Sands. Class night, 
with its "penitentiary" theme, was enjoyed by partici- 
pants and audience alike. 

Then spring invaded campus with its robins, flower- 
ing buds, warm breezes, and spring fe\er. As summer 
vacation approached, preparations for trips to the 
beach included weekly sun baths back campus. 

The class is justly proud of its accomplishments 
under tlie leadership of Betty Jeanne Tyson, president, 
and the guidance of Dr. and Mrs. Dingledine, sponsors. 
It was a wonderful vear. 




BI'.TTY JEANNE TYSON 
President 




Officers. At. Palmer, lepoitcr : J. Bruoks, liiC-pii-sidciil ; B. Tyson, picsidcnl . 
A. Clements, sccrclary; F. Riley, treasurer 



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Allen. Hvelyii 
Archihalil, Peggy 
Argenliright, Pat 
Armsworthy, Margaret 
Ashley, Irene 
At wood, Barbara 



liailcy, Alice 
r>aiie, Joyce 
liarger, Sue 
Barron, Dorothy 
Bashaw, Marian 
Beasley, Marian 



Bell, Barbara 
Bell, Patricia 
P,ell, Thaddia 
Bellamy, Madeline 
Binns, Jeanne 
Bisese, Joyce 



Blitlie, Sal ah 
Bc'md, Bil ie 
Bowman, Janet 
Bradshaw, Patricia 
I'rencgan. Klsie 
ISrooks, lackie 



ISrown, Xancy 
Brown, Ruth 
Byham, Shir'c)' 
Byrd, Marilyn 
Caldwell, Elaine 
C arr, Hazel 



Cathy, Anne 
Christman, Nia 
Clements, Audrey 
Cocke, Juanita 
Colfelt, \'irginia 
Cooke, Jeanne 



Cook, Sally 
Corhin, Janet 
Coolikoff, Virginia 
Coster, Janet 
Cotler, Janice 
Cox, Margaret 



[110] 



Creasy, Sara 
Crosby, Barbara 
Croom, Barbara 
Crowe, Jeanette 
Cunningham, Kathy 
Cushwa, Virginia 



Davis, Mary 
Davis, Patricia 
Dawson, Jean 
Decker, Betty 
Dederick, Jackie 
Dellinger, Helen 



Derrick, Josephine 
Dickey, Joan 
Dishman, Alice 
Dixon, Betty 
Dixon, Sue 
Donovan, loan 



Donovan, Virginia 
Doughty, Jean 
Dove, Ann 
Dovel, Mary 
Doxier. Naomi 
Eanes, Edna 



Earhart, Judith 
Early, Ann 
Early, Margaret 
Eggleston, Barbara 
Enos, Margaret 
Erdman, Ann 



Eure, Virginia 
Eh', Anne 
Everette, Audrey 
Ewton, Nora 
Eisher, Dolores 
Fisher, Elizalietli 



Fisher, Mar\- 
Fleener, Reba 
Fleshman, Joyce 
Florence, Joan 
Flowers, Betty 
Foster, Barbara 











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eU of 1953 







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Fountain, Marilyn 
Fralin, Ann 
Funkhonser, Jean 
(7iallion, Katherine 
Galling, Jean 
Gatto, Dana 



Gilison, Helen 
Gilbert, Margaret 
Gillette, Sally 
Glenn, Tosca 
Goldupp, Ocea 
Gordon, Marlin 



Gore, Patsy 
Green, Elizalieth 
Green, Martha 
Grififith, Jean 
Guttery, Janice 
Hagan, Florence 



Hammack, Betty 
Hamrick, Peggy 
Harden, Phyllis 
Hardy, Narecy 
Harris, Dot 
Hartzell, Fthcl 



Hazel, Catherine 
Hazelwood, Joyce 
Heishman, Lois 
Heiston, Dorothy 
Henley, I\Iary 
Hester, Allevne 



Hicks, Joan 
Hilton, Elizabeth 
Hilton, Marcella 
Huddleston, Mary 
Hndgins, Sara 
Hnmphreys, Alice 



Hutcbeson, Ann 
Jeffries, Alarian 
Jenkins, Betty 
Jessee, Louise 
Jett, Virginia 
Johnson, Betty 



'freshmen 



[112] 



Glass of 1953 



Jdlinsoii. Isaliel 
Johnson, Jacqnc'iiK' 
jolinson, jane 
Jones, Joyce 
Kay, Shirley 
Kcllv, lane 



Kemp, Irn-a 
Kennettc, Molly 
Kline, Connie 
Kincely, Janet 
Kramer, Joan 
Kyle, Catherine 



Lanih, Wanda 
Lane, Connie 
Lane, Dorothy 
Lautenschlager, Carolyn 
Lawson, Bett\' 
Lindlierg, MiUlred 



Long, Mary 
Lovelace, Pa'sy 
Loving, Loris 
Lush, Peggy 
Luck, Joanne 
Manos, Marie 



Markley, Evelyn 
Martin, Linda 
Martin, Suzanne 
Mathews, Margaret 
Matz, Grace 
Maxey, Annie 



May. I'hyllis 
Mays, Nada 
MacDonald, P.oM.ie 
MacDonald, Donna 
McClain, Jo Ann 
Miller, Irene 



Miller, lane 
Miller, Page 
Mills, Barbara 
Mills, Jeanette 
?dorgan, Jennie 
Mothershead, Betty 




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Moulse, Jane 
-Muller, Virginia 
Ahmson, Betty 
Nelson. I'eggy 
Nelson, Sheila 
Nicholson, Betty 



Olienshain, Jane 
O'Cain, Jean 
O'Hagan, Elsie 
O'Neal, Joanne 
0\re\ik, Alice 
Owens, Betsy 



I'ack, Peggy 
Painter, Ann 
1 'aimer, Mary 
Pamplin, Jane 
Partlow, Courtney 
Pearce, Dott 



Peer, Hannah 
Person, Patricia 
Peters, Homer 
Phillips, Mary 
I'ingley. Gloria 
Plumli, Margaret 



I'oUock, Nancy 
Poteet, Mildred 
Prcsson, Barhara 
Price, Sally 
Pruet, Dorothy 
Puller, Mildred 



Kagsdalc, Emily 
Rainey, Laura 
Keedy, Anna 
Rcger, Martha 
I\e\ercomb, Grace 
Rcvercomb, Nancy 



Rcxrode, Dorothy 
Ri'ey, Frances 
Ritenour, Fay 
Roherson, Rachel 
Routten, Betty 
Sawyers, Irene 



[114] 



Scruggs, Janet 
Seaman, Nan 
Sellers, Doris 
Shorey, Barbara 
Shrimer, Lorraine 
Sluiflflel)arger, Carlu 



S'mfflcliarger, Earle 
Shiiler, Ann 
Simjikins, S>l\ia 
Simpson. Edna 
Sliger, Betty 
fmith, Jean 



:imith, Mary 
Snider, Peggy 
Snyder, Martha 
Sorensen, Betty 
Siiilzer, Phoebe 
Steinbeck, Georgia 



Stinnett, Sally 
Stone, Joyce 
Stovall, Jean 
S\vecne\", Mary 
Tarrant, Dollie 
Thomas, Anne 



Thomas, Sarah 
Thrasher, Joanne 
Totten, Biiiic 
Travers, Isabelle 
Trevvett, Frances 
Trobaugh, Betty 



Trundle, Lois 
Turlcy, Narcy 
Turner, Alta 
Turner, Elizabeth 
Turner, Eula 
Tyson, Betty 



\ argo, Mary 
N'aughan, Rrbcrri 
Vavrck, Barbara 
Wagner, Am 
W'atkins, Helen 
W atlinglon Glor'a 














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Wclhjiis, Man 
Wells, Ruby 
Werlz, Betty 
W'cstbrook, Elizabeth 



Wheatley. June 
White, Cynthia 
Whitehiirst, Iciyce 
Will, Mary 



Williams, Dorothy 
W'iriams, Ercellc 
Williams, Jean 
W'inaiis, Tune 



WollT, (,l;ulys 
Wood, Miriam 
W oodford, (iloria 
Young, Phyllis 



Yonnger, Annelle 
Zablotski, Adclia 
Ijrooke, Harry 
Freeman, Marcos 



lea\ons, Harry 
Miles, Russell 
SuUiyan, Harry 



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^!AK^■ I'rNK Sl.Al'CllTI'k 



Oh, Alma Mater, In tliy nanif 
We'll ever faithful he. 
Lift learniny's tnrch tu liriyliter llanu'. 
Shed Honor's li.uhl on thee. 

Where mountain lilue mcLls sunset ylow. 
Our college stamls serene, 
With passing years it:, friendshijis grow- 
In memor\' e\er green. 

Oh, Madison, may wisdom clear 
Guide us and prosper thee. 
We gi\e thee, .Mnia Mater dear, 
r)ur love and loyalty. 
Our lo\e and lo\alt\'. 



[117] 



Dean 




. . . whether giving us individual 
aid or meeting as a whole to dis- 
cuss our problems, they are our 
teachers and friends, without 
whom our small success could 
never have been attained. 



OfomLnLsiratL 




Uiir 1 resLoenl 



A new fact- greeted us from behind the president's desk this fall, but it soon 
became a very familiar one. President Miller was always ready to lend a helping 
hand or offer a worthwhile suggestion to those who called upon him. Many times 
his office was filled with those who sought his aid. Familiar to all were Mrs. 
Miller and little Elise waiting their turn to see Mr. President. 

As the _\'ear passed, the students depended more and more on President 
Miller's guidance. The assurance fif his assistance and his co-op-ration with stu- 
dent undertakings has become a new source of inspiration for the activity at 
Madison. 



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earn 



. . . uf the CollL-jic 

\\ hcthcr \()U wish to tliscuss a philosophy paper, 
a pr.igrani change, or the newest variet}' of African 
\ioIet, Dr. GitT(.)rd is always willing to give you a few 
n:oments of his time. His gracious n-.an:;er tpiickh 
puts his visitors at ease. 




. , . of Freshmen 

What would we have done without Mrs. 
Garber's valuable advice to help us begin 
our career at Madison? Although she is 
busy with orientation in the fall and home- 
coming in the spring, she is alwa\s ready to 
help any Freshman who wishes to consult 
with her. 



... of Women 

Our attractive Dean of \\'omen. Miss 
\'andever, guides our social life and sets an 
example of graceful dignity. Her office is 
a mecca for upperclassmen who come there 
for help in solving their many problems. 




[121] 






HOPE F. VANDE\"ER 
Pi'nii (if H'oiiicn 



DR. WALTER .1. C.IFFORD 
1 h-iin II] till- College 



DOROTHY S. GARBER 
Dean of freshmen 




Few Students ever see our faculty yathered in conference. 



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HELEN FRANK 
Rctjistrar 
Associate Professor 
of Husiitrss Education 

HOWARD K. (iIliliONS 
Business Manager 

MABEL GLADIN 
Dietitian 






UNITY ^^ON^.KR 

School Physician 

ALIMAE AIKEN 
Professor of Art 

GLADA B. WALKER 
Associate Professor of Art 






FRANCES R. (iRDX'E 
Assistant Professur of .tit 

HENRY G. BLACKWFI.L 

Associate Professor 

of Rit'le 

PERCY H. WARREN 

Professor of B'.oUniy 
Dean of the Suinnier Session 






A^[OS M. SHOWALTER 
Professor of Biology 

STEPHEN C. BOCSKEY 

Associate i'ro/essor 

of Biology 

EDW'IN D. MILLER 

Associate Professor 

of Biology 






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MURL C. SHAWVER 

.-Issislant Professor 

of Biology 

STHPHEN J. TURILLE 

Professor of Business 

Edueal.on 

LONDON A. SANDERS 

Professor of Business 

P.ducal'.on 






AfARY M. BRADY 

Assistant Professor 

of Business Education 

MONA L. COFFMAN 

Assistant Professor 
of Business Education 

RUTH RUCKER 

Assistant Professor 
of Business Education 






W ILBERT CHAPPELL 
Professor of Chemistry 

RAYMOND D. COOL 
Professor of Chemistry 

P.ENjAMIN W. PARTLOW 

.Issociate Professor 

of Chemistry 







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WALTER I. GIFFORD 

Professor of Education 

Dean of the College 

KATHEKINE M. 

ANTHONY 

I'rofessor of Education 

Pirector of Elementary 

Training Schools 

I'AUL HOUNCHELL 

Professor of Education 

Pirector of Secondary 

Training Schools 



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CLARKNCE K. 

HAMUICK 

Associate I'rufcssur 

of P.ducaiioii 




LELAND 

SCHL'BKRT 

I'rojcssor of liiu/l sli 



P.KSSIE J. LANIER 

.Issociatc Professor 

of Education 




( IIARLES H. 

HL'FF>[AN 

Profcssi>r of Eiu/I sli 



RAYMOND I. 

POIXDEXTEk 

. Issocialc Professor 

of Education 




MARY E. LATIMER 

I'rofessor of 

Sjcecli P.duriiliiiii 



MARY L. SEEGER 

.Issociale Professor 
of Education 




MARIE LOUISE 

BO.IE 

.Issdciate Professor 

of Englisli 




JAY L. fURTIS 

.Issociate Professor 

of Enylish 





MARGARET \'. 

HOFFMAN 

.Issociate Professor 

of English 





BESSIE 

RICHARDSON 

Associate Professor 

of Enylish 





ELEANOR R. HICKS 

Assis'.ant Professor 

of English 




[125] 



cfacuih 



MARGARETE 

WOELFEL 

Fnifcssor of Frencli 








LUELLEN B. 

HEWETT 

Associate Professor 

of Physical Ediieatjni 




RATS M. HANSON 

Pr.)fessor of 

Geography 




lOHN A. SAW HILL 

Professor of Lati.i 

and German 







DOROTHY L. 

SAVAGE 

.Issociate Professor 

of Physical Education 




nORTHA 

GARRISON 

.Issislant Professor 

of Geography 




ELIZABETH G. 

RODGERS 

''rofcssor of Pliysical 

Education 




BETTY HARTMAN 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 




ALFRED K. EAGLE 
Professor of Guidance 

Director of Student 
Guidance and Personnel 




ALTHEA L. 

JOHNSTON 

Professor of Physical 

Education 




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ADELE C. ULRR-H 

Assistant Professor of 

Physical Education 



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JOHN N. McILWRAITH 

Professor of History 

and Social Science 

OTTO F. FREDERTKSON 

Professor of History 

and Social Science 

MARY T. ARMENTROUT 

Associate Professor 
of History and Soci(d Science 






GLENN C. SMITH 

Associate Professor 

of History and Social Science 

RAYMOND C. 

DINGLEDINE 

Assistant Professor 

of History and Social Sciena 

P.ERNRE R. VARNER 
Professor of Home Econontic.< 




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ADELE R. BLACKW F.LL 
Associate Professor 
of Home Economics 

ANNE HARDESTY 

Associate Professor 

of Home Economics 

ELIZABETH G. 

PATTERSON 

Associate Professor 

of Home Economics 






JULIA ROBERTSON 
Associate Professor 
of Home Economics 

MARY S. LOCKARD 
Assistan t Professor 
of Home Econontics 

HAYNES McMULLEN 

Librarian 

Professor of Library Science 






[127] 








RUBY CUNDIFF 
Professor of Library Science 

WILDA COPIER 
Assistant Librarian 
.-Issistant Professor 

of Lihiary Science 

FERNE R. HOOVER 

Assistant Librarian 

Assistant Professor 

of Library Science 






MIRIAM LILES MATH IS 
Assistant Librarian 

_L E.MMERT IKENBERRY 
Professor of Matheiiut'cs 

CLEM GRABNER 

A ssistan t Professor 

of Malheinatics 






GLENN GILDi RSLEL\"I-: 
J'rofessor o] Mu;.ic 

EUGAR J. ANDERSON 
Associate Profess:r cf Mii.,i: 

GEORGE R. HICKS 
Associate Professor of Music 






CLIFFORD T. MARSHALL 
Associate Professor of Music 

EDNA T. SHAEFFER 
Associate Professor of Music 

GERTRUDE BURAU 
Assistant Professor of Music 



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HAZHL \V. 


ELIZAliETH [. 


EDYTHE 


DORIS D. 


GILDERSLEEVE 


HARRIS 


SCHNEIDER 


SCHUSTER 


Assistant Professor 


Assistant Professor 


.Issislant Professor 


. Issistan t Professor 


of Musii 


of Music 


of Music 


of Music 




LOWELL M. 

WATKINS 

Assistant Professor 

of Music 





MARGUERITE C. 

SANGER 
Instructor of Music 





ROBERT WALLER 

Instructor of 

Music and Theory 





MELVIN A. 
PITT>L^N 

Professor of Pliysics 




JOHN C. WELLS 

Associate Professor 

of Physics 



r\ 




CLYDE P. SHORTS 

Professor of 

Psychology 




FERNANDO Q. 
^L^RTINEZ 

Professor of Sf.mish 




.\L-\URICE H. BELL 

Suferintendent 

of City Schools 




[129] 



^aculi 



y 



ELSIE H. WIGLEY 
Supervisor of 
Kindergarten 



EVELYN WATKINS 
Supervisor of 
First Grade 



iUTH COOPER 
Supervisor of 
Second Grade 



BERNICE BUSH 
Supervisor of 
Fourth Grade 






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LYDIA P. MEEKS 

Supervisor of 
Fifth Grade 



ANGELA REEKE 

Superzisor of 
Junior High Seliool 



ROSALIND TRENT 

Supervisor of 

Junior lligli Seliool 



MOLETTA D. 
RYAN 

Super-visor of 
Junior High Sehool 





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SALLIE BLOSSER 
Supervisor of 
Fligh Seliool 



GLADYS G. CRAIG 
Supervisor of 
Hinh School 



EDITH 

AIATTHEWS 

Super-visor of 

Ihnne Economics 



ELLIE SANDS 

Super-visor of 
llonic Fcoiumiics 







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MARTHA 1). SEIG 

Suj^crvisor of 

Home Economics 

VIRGINIA BOLEN 

Supervisor of 
Business Education 

GRACE HERR 

Supervisor of 

Business Education 






MARY K. BEYRER 

Supervisor of 

Physical Education 

WILLETTE E. HOPKINS 
Director of Dormitories 

LUNA BAKER 
Social Director of Sheldon Ha'l 






ANNA B. BEASLEY 

Social Director of 

Spotswood Hall 

ELIZABETH CURTIS 
Social Director 

AGNES DINGLEDINE 
Social Director of 
Sprinkle House 






POLLY W. HALL 

Social Director of 

Ashhy Hall 

PEARL S. HOOVER 

Social Director of 

Jackson Hall 

RUTH S. HUDSON 

Social Director of 

Senior EI all 






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ANNE B. LINCOLN 
Social Director 

MARY L. STFAENS 
Social Director of Jmiior Hall 

ALiFA R. FLICK 
Sccrctarv to the President 






CAROLYN CARICOFF: 

Assistant Secretary 

to the President 

THFLMA K. BRANCH 

Secretary to tlie Dean 

of the College 

REBA PHALEN 

Secretary to the Dean 

of Woiiten 






EDNA RITCHIE 

Secretary to the Dean 

of Freshmen 

(lERTRUUE LOUISE 
FRAZIER 

Secretary to the Dean 
of the Summer Session 

ELIZABETH R. 

ANDERSON 

Assistant to the 

Piisiness Manager 






BESS T. HAMAKER 

Assistant to the 

Piisiiiess Manager 

DORRIS McELYEA 

Assistant to the 

Fiiisiness Manager 

ALICE W'lLFONG 

Assistant to the 

Piisiness Manager 



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y 



JEAN COPPER 
Assistant Dietitian 



SUE RAINE 
.tssistant Pii'ttian 



CHARLOTTE P. 

ALLEN 

Secretary to the 

Home Economics 

Def'artnient 



ADELE GOOD 

Secretary to the 

IJbrary Science 

Def'artnient 




RUTH B. GROSE 

Secretary to the 

Librarian 





CLARA WEAKLEY 

Secretary, Regional 

Film Librarx 





PAULINE C. LONG 

Secretary to the 

Registrar 





RUTH PAINTER 

Assistant Secretary 

to the Registrar 




lUANITA 

FISHBACK 

Manager of the 

Tea Room 




ANNIE L. GARNETT 

Stationery Store 

Manager 




HOWARD 
ROLSTON 
Postmaster 




DORIS CHARLTON 

Assistant to the 

Postmaster 




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. . . whether members of large 
groups, such as Student Govern- 
ment, or officers and members of 
smaller clubs, we join together 
for special interests and social 
experience. 



o. 



rcjanizatiom 



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Sluoent Cjovernment CfssocLailon 

TJu' iifficcrs (if llii> war's SUidcnl ( iox irnnnnl AsSdcialimi, rli'drd la>l spriiu; 
in the first campaign ek-ctions held at Madison, \vfi\- at work Ions,' before school 
started in the fall. Nancy Penn was formulating plans during the summer while 
Joanne Craig supervised the publication of the Handbook. 

After the "Pep Rally" for the new students on the first Monday night, the 
Council members were swamped with registering freshmen and introducing all 
students to the new and wonderful rules for which many students as well as faculty 
members had worked in the Student-Faculty Committee last year. The Council 
found that the rules were accepted with co-operation and gratitude. 

The S. G. A. gave a reception for Mr. and Mrs. MiKer and, together with 
Y.W. and A. A., sponsored the tea for Freshmen. 

The assembly program November 15 was presided over by the president, who 
explained the entire Student Government Association. Following this was the Old 
Girl — New Girl Ceremony, which not cnly broke tradition, but also made history. 
The new ceremony was inspiring to everyone as the Seniors in cap and gown 
pinned the purple and gold school colors on the white-clad Freshmen. 

The first dance of the year was ably managed by the Social Committee under 
Student Government guidance. 




Ul-'FKLK.'^. 1. (_ raig, i-tii'/or of the llandbook ; C. KeniKtte, sccrctary-lrcasurcr : X. I'enn, 
f'rcsidtvit : G. Hoskinson, vice-president : 1, .\[i-.nscin, recorder of foinls 



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StiiiKiit ( i()\ ri'iiniciU is known all ii\er campus; 
in llu' ildinntiirics l)\' llir ilimst.- C "inuiU and in imr 
M(inila\' assemlilx" prdqranis, carrieil cm li\' Xanc\ (ir. 
in hfr ahsence, liy (Georgia Hoskinson, vice-president. 

Student Goxernnient succeeded this year in many 
new ventures alxnit campus, such as the murals in 
Spotswnod Recreation Room and the chan.i,'^ed "atmos- 
phere" in iiur Tea Room at night. 

Many thanks are due the advisors, Miss Sceger, 
Miss Gladin, Miss Vandever, Mrs. Garber, and Mr. 
Partlow, who so willingly gave their time and counsel 
to help make this vear the best yet in the history of 
the Association. 




NAxXCY PHXX, President 




COl'Xril.. Fust row: A. .St..iit. E. Thcrnhill, \\ Wt-lls 

Second ro'ic: B. Atwocxl, M. Kennette, I >. I'ruitt, K. ChKuncey, B. Hiner, C. Ruacli, 

M. Moore, B. Spaulding, G. Temple. 



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utonor UounciL 



The words "our Honor Svstem" arc full of im-aning and prnduce school 
pride on the campus. The students of Madison, with the help and advice of the 
faculty, have instituted an honor system and have watched it grow and improve 
during the past four years. 

The Honor Council, chosen by the students, represents the executive branch 
of the Honor System. Those who serve on the council are selected because of 
trust in them and the ideals which they represent. In turn they are expected to 
take the initiative in developing a feeling in all Madison students for the Honor 
Code and to uphold the code by their own example. 

In Honor Council classes the incoming freshmen and transfer students learned 
about the constitution and the function of the Honor .System. When each new- 
girl felt that she understood and appreciated the ideals and responsibilities of the 
Honor System, she signed the Honor Pledge. 




First row: S. Cuok, A. Younger, P. Walker, sccrclary: W ■ Darby 
Seio}id Roiv: O. Walpole, R. Maier, G. Turner, B. Wohlford, D. Knauss, B. G. Kamsoy 



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Early in Xlovember the Freshmen cimtrihuted their 
ideas and sup])i)rt ti) tlie Honor System by selectins; 
two capable representatives from their class. On 
November 16. in the annual .Student (iovernnu-nt as- 
sembh' these yirls, Annette Y()ini,L;er and Sallv Cooke, 
accepted their installation. 

Mattie Jett. as chairman, pnned herself under- 
standing and capable in all situations. Early after 
spring elections last year "Jett" attended the Southern 
Intercollegiate Conference of .Student Government 
Associations, and in the i-arly fall of this year she at- 
tended the National Students Association. The capable 
advisors. Dr. Arnientrout, Mr. l-'.agle, and Mr. Warren, MATTIE JETT, Chairman 

have met with the Council members in informal discussion groups and have 
rendered essential advice. 




By striving to live up to the ideals which the Honor Code states, the students 
have become proud of their pledge, "1 understand the privileges and responsibili- 
ties of self-government in group living, and I realize that 1 am pledging my full 
co-operation in maintaining our Honor System. I promise that by personal actions 
and attitudes I will uphold the principles of the Honor Code of Madison College." 

The Honor System is still ;i very \'oung organization at Madison ; in the 
future it will be stronger, as students realize the value of this cowtcil heritage. 

This vear the nu-n students jciincd in sup]jorting the Ibmnr C odr. 1 wo 
representatives, Bill Wdhlford and CJeorge Turner, were elected and installed. 

The Honor .System is essential to establish the ideals of good citizenshii) 
with which ex'ery student of Madison will be equipped as he goes into the world. 



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Slanaciyws Uommiilee 



"No clu-wing gum at dances," "Mt-et your dates in 
vour dating centers" — these were familiar reminders 
of Betty Hurdle, chairman of Standards Committee, 
whose aim it is to promote high standards of conduct 
and ?ppearance on campus. The twenty students of 
this committee, representing the four classes, are the 
mentors of fine courtesy, which is the natural com- 
panion of every Madison student. Their efforts have 
brought gracious living to our campus. 



BETTY HURDLE. Chmnnan 




First row. E. Hartzell, B. Spaulding, B. Laird 

Second rot:.': S. Colbert, B. J. Lawson, P. Mann, P. Weaver 

Third row. B. Brooks, A. Davis, E. Bellenot, J. Smith, J. James, P. Turner, 

G. Arthur, B. J. Decker, B. Routten 



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SociaL (^ommiiL 



ee 



Teas, receptions, and formal dances are all matter- 
of-course duties for the Social Committee, a group 
composed of twenty girls with Lucy Peterson as chair- 
man. The members of this committee are the ones who 
greeted us at the Opening Dance, May Day Dance, and 
Graduation Dance; they are also the ones who were 
responsible for all the hard work that few of us con- 
sider — decorations, arrangements, music. 

Social functions to this group mean many confer- 
ences with their co-operative advisor, Miss Vandever, 
graciousness and poise at all times, and read\- willing- 
ness to help others. 




LUCY PLTERSON, Chairman 




First row ; M. G. Johnson, B. Owens, A. Simpson, E. Fitzhugh 

Second row: J. Hobson, J. Pamplin, M. Moore, J. Bisese, M. Arms\vurth\- 

Third roi^' : K. Hale, y\. Marsliall. G. Temple, V. Saunders, B. Luck, J. Coster 



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yrjen s Sluoent Urcjamzai'LOYi 

The Men's Student Organization began its activities in the faU of 1948. It 
was felt that the men students on campus were in need of an organized group liy 
which they might integrate their activities and facihtate means of taking part in 
campus activities. As a result of this thought, the men now have a basketball 
team, a men's chorus, and representatives to the Honor Council. 

In the fall the men students gave a "Smoker" to welcome Mr. Miller. The 
afifair was held in Senior Reception Hall, with the men of the facultv as guests. 
Rumor goes that the cider and doughnuts were ver_v tasty. 

Another big event of the }'ear was the formal dance in April. Tlie dances 
which the men have sponsored in previous years Iiave all l)een a success, but this 
one was even better than ones before. 




OFFICERS. C. Ring, recording scirrlary: P.. Stickley, scrrcliiry: R. Horn, vicr-prcsidcnl ; 
AI, HoDver, treasurer: l\. JUirton. president 



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This 3'ear Ihc nifii chose chferk-adcrs, who addcfl 
much pep to the basketball games. 

Men students at Madison have earned a place in 
many campus organizations. It is ditficult to recall 
Stratford plays with all-girl casts. They have given a 
genuine boost to the music department. The "mascu- 
line touch" is found on canvas, too, for the "fellows" 
have excelled in art. Their contributions in these and 
in other fields have come to be an increasingly large 
part of the success of many undertakings here. 

With Dr. Poindexter's capable and enthusiastic 
guidance as Dean of Men, the Men's Student Organi- 
zation looks to a bright future of ^co-operation for 
achievement. 




ROXALD r,L'RT(.)N, President 




The men held regular Monday meetings to discuss their problems. 



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First row. B. Groseclose, B. Parrish, C. Korn, \'. Mills, M. .\lley, F. Curtis 

Second row: J. Marshall, M. Polsue, F. Quillen, C. Ferguson, J. Dawson, 

B. Anderson, M. Groseclose 

Third ro'w: A. Davis, B. Hooper, M. Poling, B. Griffith, E. Goodman, 

L. Jones, J. Miller, H. Emswiller, C. Copley 

Fourth row. M. Epperson, S. Colliert, iissistaiit head usher; M. Elliott, J. Oakham, 

E. Layton, D. Hinson, A. Bowles, J. Bentley, B. Wilson, M. Mahone, M. Jackson 

Fifth row. A. Dingledine, S. Harlowe, N. Butterworth, A. W'liitten 



Lishers C>Ilw 



"To tliL- riylit, jilcasL'!" This is thu friendly ^'rceting 
of Charlotte Boice, head usher and chairman of the 
Ushers Club, which is composed of about forty girls 
who, neatly dressed in black, serve as gracious 
hostesses of the auditorium during all lyceum pro- 
grams. They have ushered at "Dear Brutus," and 
Glee Club Christmas program, "You Can't Take It 
With You," The National Symphony Orchestra, and 
the Madison College Orchestra programs, and have 
eliminated much of the confusion generally found 
with the seating of large audiences. Their vigilance 
extends even to Saturday night ir.ovies. 

Although this is an organization just two years old, 
audiences have come to depend upon them. Mr. 
Marshall, their advisor, has given them many worth- 
while suggestions in the method of ushering and in 
their standards of grooming and conduct. 




CHARl.OTTI-: r.OlCE 

1 1 ciui I slier 



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fin'/ ro'ii': J. Almarode, B. Groseclose, B. Gordon 

Second roiv : A. Bowman, C. Sanderson, A. Bedwell, F. Robbins 

Third ro'a'-. A. Alexander, M. Poling, B. Griffith, C. Graves, J. Parker, M. ]. Bradley 



^LUiLor yMoAskab 



■ \J . «;.• ■., 


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RITA JAR VIS 
Head Marshal 



This is a committee of sixteen girls, two non-soror- 
ity members, two day students, and two representa- 
tives from each sorority. They are the keepers of 
order during the asseml)ly program on Mondays and 
\\ eihiesda_\'S. 

Their chairman, Rita Jarvis, lias been overseer of 
their duties of attendance-checking and ushering at 
special assemblies. Mr. Shorts, the faculty secretary- 
is their advisor. 

To be a junior marshal is to have attained a 
position representative of order and government, 
one to be respected in the world of tfulay. 

Plans for processions and recessions at convoca- 
tions and at commencement are carefully made by 
these girls, who neatly dressed in white, march at the 
head of these lines. 



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s 



EVELYN J. TUBES, Editor 
MARY JANE BRADLEY, Business Manager 



reeze 



Letter fidiii the Editor: 

"As long as tht- t-ditijr of The Breeze 
and her staff uphold the laws of good taste, 
we feel that a truly free press will continue 
to reign at Madison ... as it does now ! 
We are proud that we have a free student 
paper, with no administration, student 
government, or faculty censorship. Long 
may this situation reign ! 

Little do you realize, when you pick up 
vour copv of The Breeze on Friday evening, 
all the lalior that goes into its production, 
the enormous task of fitting a journalistic 
career into an already-crowded scholastic, 
club, and social calendar. 



Pounding heels on the campus sidewalks, pounding ears at the telephone, 
pounding lingers upon the typewriters, that is any Tuesday for Madison's ink- 
bestained newshounds. Thursday brings out the scissors and the pastepots to the 
desks of the editor and the business manager, the blue pencils to the fingers of the 
copy editor. Oh, the headaches of make-up that confnjnt the editor some weeks. 
"W.hat's to be cut? Which story shall we leave out?" There's never room for all 
the news. 

If all of you could visit The Breeze room some Tuesday evening when the 
jean-clad girls on the staff' are "digging in," you would apprecicate your news- 
paper even more (but we have no time for social callers!). 

\\'e are extremely grateful for the friendly air which pervades The Breeze 
rcKJin. It helps ease over those n;oinen1s when things ap])ear to be going wrong. 
There's always someone willing to lend ,i helping hand, and first thing vou know, 
"baliy's put to bed," and we're finished for another week! That is, we are unless 
the printer phones to say the cuts haven't arrived yet. Then Editor li. J. must 
track them down from post office to post office. She's never figured out yet, she 
says, why it takes mail forty hours to go twenty-six miles. "Why, the pony ex- 
press was faster !" she's exclaimed more than once. 

Tlie Breeze means not only hard work, but fun as well ! The hearty laughter 
that peals out in The Breeze room now and then on a Tuesday night, when 
everyone stops work to learn the cause ; the hurried rides to the printer's in E. 
J.'s jeep; the crazy-looking things that turn up now and then in print just when 
you least expect them ; the lovely dinners at the apartment of the Glenn Smiths 
and the home of the Percy Warrens. 



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Then tlu-re was December 7. Breeze Day, when we wore black and white to 
represent our printed paper, proudly displayed our PRESS badges, and presented 
an admirable speaker, N'eal Stanford, Washington correspondent of Tlie Christian 
Science Monitor, to our classmates and teachers at assembly. 

If The Breeze has meant as much to Madison students as it appears to when 
they are seen avidly reading it in Harrison Hall after the Friday evening meal, 
then we are glad for the time and the effort we have spent on it." 

The weekly newspaper attempts to give a running commentary on current 
activities and problems. Under the editorship of E. J. Tubbs, the paper has been 
a successful means of expression of student opinion and a means of progressive 
development in form. 




First roiv: O. W'alpole, G. Armistead, E. Mays, M. Davis, B. Bryant 

Second ro-w : L. Purcell, D. V\'ebli, P. King, B. Atwood, J. Douglas, K. Chauncey, 

E. Shuler, F. Aloseley, B. Hurdle, E. Tubbs, editor 



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ScllOOLi 



RETHA SHIRKEY, Editor 

SARAH STRADER 

Business Manager 



ma am 



Idt-as fir this year's annual began to formulate 
during the summer. When September came, the staff 
greeted their mascots, (dadys. Deadline, and Oscar, 
wiped the d.ist from th; tables, watered the lemon tree, 
and went to W(jrk developing iheir ideas. Through the 
fall and winter, everyone's vocabulary contained such 
words as "photographer," "sittings," "pictures," 
"proofs." There were whispers about campus con- 
cerning the theme, dedication, layout, and co\er. 

In (_)ctober the P)usiness Manager and Assistant 
I'.ditor made a journe\- to Detroit. Michigan, to attend 
the Associated Co'legiate Press Convention. They 
came back full of new ideas and suggestions for mak- 
ing this edition of the ScII00L^^.^'AM oustanding. 



F'erusal of copies of annuals from past \ears vielded interesting facts in re- 
,gard to the growth and de\ elopment of .Madison Colle.ge. The Scuoolm.-\'.am of 
1910 was the first \'oluir.e, having been provided with its staff in March of that 
year. Through the years each volume has aimed at preserving attractively and 
completely those memories of people and scenes, events and accomplishments 
which have made the year an outstanding one. 



Standing: A. Humpliries, statistics editor: G. W'i-cks, faculty 

editor; E. Wilson, senior class editor; K. Travers, athletics 

editor; \\. Jackson, co-organication editor 

Siltiiuj: K. Funklionser, art editor: Y). Sherman, 

co-organization editor 



Sitting : W . Peliworth, staff photographer ; C. Boice, 

photography editor 

Standing : H. I'allah, B. Grossman, .A. Ragsdale, B. Umphleltc, 

J. Ramsey 




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First roiv: A. Thomas. B. Sliger, C. Blackmore, assistant editor; C. Campbell, S. Wells 

Second roit' : B. Atwood, J. Dickey, B. Bond, B. Vavrek, R. \"aughan, J. t'ritzer, H. Cupii, 

M. Kelb', H. W'atkins, L. lessee, X. French, H. Bateman, J. Sterne 



Such tasks as drawing layouts, writing copy, working with photographers, 
taking pictures, selling ads, checking identifications, and numerous and varied 
others kept the faithful stafif husy. It was onl}- their excellent co-operation and the 
assistance of their loyal advisers, Miss Hoffman, Miss Walker, Dr. Pittman, and 
Mr. Gibbons, that ideas and efforts were printed on pages of lustro-gloss paper 
and bound in a leatherette cover. 

Passing quickly through the metamorphic stages of ideas, layout, dummy, 
finished product, the 1950 Schoolma'am came to be a reality. The dreams, .hopes, 
and wishes of the editor and staff were poured bountifull_\- into this book and 
their "sweat and tears" will be fully repaid if but a touch of the true spirit of 
Madison College has been caught in its pages to be reflected, helping to " — Lift 
learnings torch to brighter flame." 
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First I'Oci' : M. Palmer,\'. Saunders. M. Moore, chief typist: M. Wiseman, assistant business 

manager: N. Shumake, C Coplev, M. Groseclose 

Second row. B. Beeler, J. Moulse, M. Early, A. Pinney, N. Mills, J. Smith, J. Watsnn, 

B. Graxes, M. Bntlcr, N. Fravel, L. I'nrcell, B. Anderson, V. Harden 



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LJoung ifjomens (^krisUan 
Ofssociaiion 

The Y.W'.C.A. began at Madison when the college 
was still the Harrisonburg Normal School. Since then 
it has become a member of the National Intercollegiate 
Christian Council, the National Student Council, and 
the World Student Christian Federation. 

The Y.W.C.A. girls were the first to welcome the 
new freshmen with friendliness to relieve that "home- 
sick" feeling. It was an attempt to let the new student 
know that an older girl had her interests at heart. The 
Big Sister-Little Sister party was a continuation in 
that spirit, and everyone found many new friends that 
evening. 

The Candlelight Service around the c|uadrangle was 
MARTHA THOMAS, President beautiful and inspiring as Y memljers walked (lut 

singing "Follow the Gleam." After that they heard 
the solemn strains of taps played from the steps of Wilson Hall. 

The lighter side of the activities of Y'.W. were represented by the birthday 
banquets, the Hallowe'en party, and the faculty program, "Anything Goes." 





Silliiuj: -Mr. Hicks, advisor; L. Miller, treasurer; Mrs. I licks, advisor; l\I. Thomas, 

['resident; Dr. Gifford, advisor 

Staiidiiuj : !Mrs. Partlow, advisor; J. Snedegar, seerctary; Wr. Partlow, advisor; 

E. .lamerson, I'iee-president 



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Tlu' Kid Part}-, with the gifts for tiic httle needy chilch'en. and the lovely 
Christmas pageant hel|>ed to rrveal the nearness and meaning; ni Christmas. 

Simday vespers and ehapel meant a lew minutes of thought, pra\er, and song 
each week. At these services the Y.W.C.A. welcomed the assistance of the new- 
ly formed Y.M.C.A. on campus. 

The World Student Service Fund Drive was well-recei\ed and successful. 
The Religious Emphasis Week gave inspiration and aid and an ample opportunity 
to question and listen. After the week was over, everyone felt the intluence of the 
speaker. 

The Y.W.C.A. means a great deal to the people at Madison, for it takes care 
of their spiritual life: its members lend a helping hand when it is most needed 
and a friendly smile that can sometimes mean more than anything else. 




First rovj: M. Johnson, G. Temple, I. Munson, AI. Shifley, A. Dingledine, I. Blair 

Second roii.<: B, Ramsey, D. Crowder, W. Darl^y, J. Cocke, F. Perkinson, \l. Miller 

Third roii:: L. Grubb, P. Simpkins, P. Fentress, D. W'ainwrigtit, I. Buckmaster, 

N. Rennie, M. Holland 



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y. ji a of. 



CARL RING, President 



Just last VL-ar on October 25, 1949, the Y.M.C.A. 
was organized hy the n.icn students. Jt is their hope 
that the association will be successful in its attempts 
to become a permanent and necessary part of college 
activities. 

They assisted the Y.\\'.C.A. in presenting the 
annual Christmas pageant, and they hope that this will 
l)ecome traditional as long as the men remain at ]\Iadi- 
son College. They also presented chapel and vesper 
services. 

The sponsors, Mr. Bocskey, Mr. W'alk-r. and Mr. 
.'^horts, as well as their competent president, Carl Ring, 
made possible the beginnings of an important contri- 
bution to co-operative college activities. 



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First roxc: C. Ring, fresident ; L. Good, vice-president- B. Stickley, secretary; C. Boyer, 

treasurer: G. Turner, J. \"ance, H. Brook, L. Ritchie 

Second roic: R. Burton, J. Daciek, H. Sullivan, H. Jeavons, C. Showalter, D. C'Uitterliuck, 

P. Long, J. Ziglcr, R. Berndt, \. Suter, B. Bowman 

Third roii.'-. J. Eavey, J. Jenkins, A. Clingerman. W. Wohlford, C. \\a\nes, F. Turner, 

H. Bell, Mr. Bocskey, advisor 
lunirlh row: A. Keller, J. Foley, R. Waggy, "B. ClaUerlmrk. I). Boyer, K. Miles 



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First row: i'. i'cmun, .M. Keger, I'icc-l'rrsidciit 
Sci'oiid /'oti' : J. Cocke, J. Dawson, l^rcsidciil ; M. I'lumli 



freshman Uo 



iman K^ommission 



The Freshman Cnniniission is one of the projects of the Y. \\'. C. A. and is 
organized for the purpose of providing fellowship and training for future "Y" 
members. It is a miniature "Y" in itself with the same aims and form of organi- 
zation as the "I'ig ^ ." 

During the year 1949-30 the Freshman Commission planned discussions on 
boy and girl relationshijis, aided needy families of Harrisonburg during the 
Thanksgiving holidays, helped with the Friday chapel programs, and had an 
Easter egg hunt for the children from the orphanage. 

Through their work in the Freshman Commission many members became 
better acquainted with each other and gained experience that will be of help to 
them in tlieii' lalrr ■■^■" .-u-iiN itics. 



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MARGARET GARWOOD 
Preside lit 



Jjaplid Sluoent Union 

The P.aptist Student Union is the organization here 
on campus which serves as a hnk between the Baptist 
students and the local Baptist Church. This group was 
not founded as a club, but is rather a movement which 
started when a group of students on a college campus 
felt the need for spiritual expression and growth. 

Their publication, The Eyes and F.ars of R.S.U., 
is well known to many of us, an<l wi- liiid great 
pleasure in the student writings in it. 



We, as members, have many activities, such as 
durmitorv circle meetings, community missions, Christ- 
mas caroling, and the State conference, which was 

held in Roanoke this year. In whatever we do we aim for Christian living, honesty, 

lovalt\', and love. 




1-irst ruic: B. Batts, B. Miles, S. Weddle, L. Grubb 

Second rozc: M. Andrews, M. Reid, vice-president ; N. Doughton, M. A. Slarkey, 

sindcnl ad'eisor; P. Fentress, L. Jones, secretary; A. Sisson, treasurer: D. Rnwycr 



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cJke (yantewani Uluh 

The Canterlniry Chili, a grniip wIiIlIi tostcrs cUiser 
fflldwship witli till' clmrcli, lias hrcn with the college 
for a long time. 

Since the initial meeting at Massanetta to form 
plans for the year, the menil)ers have given several 
parties and monthly supper meetings. In the fall 
thev visited Roslyn in Richmond, and during the 
year served in the hospital as lihrary aides. 

This group has increased its acti\ity and mem- 
bership and progressed in strength and leadership. 

Mrs. Elliot Reek has been an extremeh' helpful and 
able advisor. 




HKLEX r.ALl.All, Fn-sidcnt 




First roic: D. Woudson, N. Dozicr, B. Johnson, S. Gillette, E. Waters, z'ice-f'rcsideiil 
Second roii' : M. Snowdon, A, Kivlan, M. Wood, V. Jett, O. Goldupp, H. Tsoleas 
Third ro-M: J. Brivce, J. Miller, K. Chauncey, secretary; J. Marshall, C. Harrison, 

M. Mahone, I. Wood 



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l-'iisl rui^-: N. Bernstein, B. Luiiion, B. Shapiro 
Sc'ioiid roil': A. Mannus, secretary; J. Miller, J, Cotler, J. W'einraub 



junior SUterkooa 



As a small ccjinpacl t;r(iiip, tin- mt-nilifrs of the 
junior .Sisterhood support ;i laryc ,-111(1 iiiipcjrl.-int jiro- 
ject, that of the annual cancer drive. The t;irls wcjrk 
hard on their project, hut this hard work is relieved l\v 
happy times at the home of the sponsor, Mrs. Mintzer 
of Harrisonburg, and with other school groups. An 
effort of theirs also is to help all the Jewish girls on 
campus to get acquainted, giving special attention to 
the new freshmen. 

This group follows the hope that often help is 
given hy the efforts of sincere people. 



f^BfJal 




1 



IKt.M, .s. CANTOR 
Acliiuj Prcsidciil 



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FirsI mri': L. liurntr, .\I. Zirklc, 1). Buvviiiaii, Ireusidcr; V. Jlarriiigtun, 11. Uellinger, 

F. Hoover, secretary ; B. Slemp, R. Pence 

Sc-ioiid niei.' : L. Heishman, J. Derrick, B. Grossman, H. Peer, A. Alaxey, N. Grove, 

C. C'aniiiliell, Mrs. Fenner, sfionsor; A. Neff, B. Hiner, fice-t^residcut 

Third cori': .A. Mitchell, A. Painter, \\. Criss, J. Young, P. Koons, M. Sweeney, G. Alatz, 

L. Grove, J. C'orliin, F. Brenegan, L. Zoll, P. Hockman 




J^LimeMan Stuoenis OfssoclalL 



This ofi^aiiizatinii, \\cll-l'iiuii(lc(l nn caniiuts lnr 
sdiiic wars, Inas maiiitaitied a vcrv activt- proi^rani. 
Tlie members have enjoyed a hayride, Sunday evenings 
in the Recital room for inspiration and worship, sup- 
pers at the home of our sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. 
Fenner, an evening at the home of Mrs. Lee, a Christ- 
mas party with guests from the University of \'ir- 
ginia, the State L.S.A. conference at William and 
Mary, — all these in the spirit of the Lutheran Stu- 
dents Association. 



As their goal, they stri\e in e\ery way to attain 

strong Christian fellow- 



"wholesome social life and 
ship." 



CURA BLACKAK )R1£ 
President 



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oY, 



ewman 



eu 



The Newman Club is an organization tor Catholic 
students whose aims are to participate intellectually, 
socialh-, and spiritually in campus activities. Since it 
was Cardinal Newman who first promoted this spirit 
of solidarity among Catholic students, the group has 
long been a national organization. 

Their social aims are considered only as a means 
to their ends, spiritual and intellectual. They have 
kept abreast of current Catholic events and tried al- 
ways to set a good example by their conduct. The 
members have received much inspiration from the an- 
nual communion breakfast and meetings in combina- 
tion with other religious groups. 




SHIRLEY KODKKTl, President 
With serious intent another group of girls has contributed a vital part to 



college life. 




First rozi.': C. Korn, A. Zalilotski, E. Alhera 
Second row. Mrs. O'Donnel, sponsor; 1'. Kilduff, treasurer; S. Kodrich, {•resident 

R. Keniaii, viee-presideiit 
Third roia: B. Ervin, W. Lanier, J. Dickey, H. L. Peters, .A. Huckans, .\. Ynuiiger, 

S. Foster, J. I'lialen 

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Inspiration awaits all Methodist students in 
the Wesley Foundation. The group, under the guid- 
ance of Mrs. Gibbons and Mr. Rlackwell, participate 
in many wholesome and enjoyable activities which 
bring the students together in a spiritual and social 
fellowship. 

Their varied calendar for the year included going 
to open house at Mrs. (7i's, attending conferences, be- 
ing hostesses for a conference in February, and enjoy- 
ing ping pong games and Sunday night supper at 
Church. The members were always happy to serve 
in any way in promoting the interests of their Church. 



CHARLOTTE BOICE, President 



Charlotte Boice, president of the group, led the 
program of play and worship. Experience and training gleaned in this organi- 
zation will aid its members to serve and give. They have the answer to the 
question, "Are Ye Able?" 




First ro'ic: G. Barnes, Z. Laiulis, J. Almarodc, D. Crowder, A. Kagsdale, 

A. Humphries. M. James 

Si'ioiid n)ii' : P. Simpkins, G. Karnes, M. Johnson, E. Spradlin, E. Luke, AI. Hardy, 

L. Tingle. KiUy Travers, recordiny secretary 
Third row: S. Wells, I). Hinson, M. Banner, treasurer: M. Wiseman, 'Si. Whitman, 

J. Galluiip, M. Alley, C. Roach 

Poitiih n);i': C. Yow. -eiee- /^resident : K. Moorefield, B. Sticklev, G. Turner, L. Good, 

M. Holland, P. Black, D. \\'ood 

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I-irst roil': H. Allen, M. B. Sewell, 1). Miller 
Second ro'u': t.. Scott, vice-president ; K. Reniiie, M. Reger, A. Diiiglciline, M. Dovel, 

J. \\ lieatley, B. Hairfield, L. Dorrington 

Third roi^'-. B. Bceler, I). Phillips, K. Horn, L. Camper, L. W'irthlin, student i^nrlcer 

Fourth ro'iv: E. Wilson, I. Ramsey 




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MARTHA REDDOUT, President 

The group owe 
Lura Nelle W'irthlin 



The Westminster Fellowship, the Presbyterian 
,L;r()U]i (in campus, spent another cullege year in fur- 
thering a spirit of fellowship ami Christirni living 
among its members. 

Martha Redilimt was their leader in a year of 
activity w.hich included singing in the Westminster 
choir, teaching Sunday School classes, publishing their 
paper, "The Gleam," and participating in man_\' works 
of the Harrisonburg church. 

In October the girls held a retreat at Massanetta, 
and in November they sent delegates to a Stale con- 
ference at Roslyn in Richmond. 

Through the year their main th(jught was of 

"Johnny," the small underprivileged boy whose dailv 

milk was provided for him liy the pennies collected and 

saved. 

The group owes many thanks to the excellent directorship of their leader, 



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J\appa JJetia 1 i 



Alpha Clii chapter of Kappa Delta Pi has had a very successful and happy 
3'ear under the capable leadership of our president, Barbara Bani&h, the other 
ofificers, and the sponsors, Mr. Eagle and Miss Grove. 

This X'ational Honor Society in Education was incorporat..d June 8. 1911, 
in Illinois. Our local chapter, Alpha Chi, was founded here at Madison in Jan- 
uary, 1928. Kappa Delta Pi seeks to encourage high professional, intellectual, 
and personal standards and to recognize outstanding contributions to education. 
It endeavors to maintain a high degree of professional fellowship among its mem- 
bers and to cjuicken professional growth by honoring achievement in educational 
development. 

This year there was a membership of more than seventy-five students. Pro- 
spective members for the organization are nominated from the Junior and Senior 




First roii-: M. Boone, treasurer: M. Cantor, B. Banish, ('rcsdetit : I. Can'.or, 

P. Griffith, W. Darliy, secretary 

Second roic: D. Bowver, I. Gaither, M. Banner. A. Carter, C. Kenneite. S. Shorter, 

\'. McXulty 
Third roie: L. Berger, M. Mears, .-V. Harman, J. Haydon, S. Kaylor. M. Thomas, X. Towne 
Fourtli rozc: W. Wohlford, E. Jamerson, A. Vance, N. Hamilton, J. Snedegar, F. Waters, 

K. Blakemore, E. Morris 



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classes and voted upon l>v tlie active membership. 
Oiil_\' truly worthy ir.eii hers are chosen. h"or those who 
are "tapped" in assembh.' in tlie fall or in the spring. 
there is a feelinj^ of pride. 

Tliis war there lia\e been many inspirini;" lectures 
and discussions on educational subjects. Amon<( the 
speakers ha\e been nn-nibers of the State ISoard of 
Educaticin and llie faculiy. The group s[)onsored a 
European cloUiing drive, also. 

On the liglUer side there were socials with en- 
tertainments and good food, a cam[) outing, and a 
gala Christmas i)arty. 




I',.\Rr.AKA r.ANlSII, President 




First rim': K. Leonard, I). Woodson, S. Jackson, M. Gore, K. Cooler, B.Gordon, B. Groseclose 
Second roie: E. Tubbs, J. Craig, M. Bradley, M. Speer, M. Garwood, E. Turner, 

M. Bluett, P. Newton 

Third roil': -\. Hnmiiln-ie>, J. Brocknian, M. Hall, B. Hol^inger, J. Movers, M. Speer, 

W. Jackson, L. Early, C. Matto.x, D. Crowder 

Fourth rozc : M. Arniistead, M. Rhodes. R. .Agi-or, D. Herbert, j. Motleni. P. lUirns, 

B. Bryant, E. Spradlin, M. Moore, N. Morrison 

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First row. M. Miller, B. Culpepper, K. Fiizlnigli, IS. Rupaid 

Second rozi' : S. George, J. Caldwell, N. Dukes, M. AllirKn, A. Swnrtzcl, j. Wright 

'J liinl roil': 'M. Zirkle. B. Ramsey, A. .Sisson, R. Carter, E. W'oolfolk, N. Rennic, 

P. Turner, treasurer: J. Douglas, B. Miles 

Fourlli row: L. GruMi, L. Purcell, C. Campbell, M. Musscr, 1). Wooil, secretary; 

N. Fravel, vicc-l^residcnl : B. Htilcomlie, H. Cupp, H. Palmer, A. Cixm, J. Claxlcm 




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.Sij^nia I'lii Lanilida is an liiiiKirai'X' society for 
freshtncn and soplioir-orcs whose irrtiihcrsliip is based 
on scholarship standing, with the i lijective of promot- 
ing leadership and fellow shi]i, as well as maintaini-ig 
high scholarship. It is a local (jrgaiiization, which un- 
der Miss Lanier's guidance, strives to stimulate stu- 
dents in tlieir first wars of college to do their utn^ost. 

These girls are responsihle for the "welcome" tea 
given to those freshmen of higli standing in their 
former high schools. Among other enjoyable activities 
they present an assembly program. 



BETTY VIAR, President 



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l-iisl ro-w: M. DrcuUcx, J. Clcvelaiul, AI. Duntlii.;nic, \". McXuU.\, sc\ii-Ui:ry; V. Dl-niit, 

licf-f'n'sidi^nt ; I. Cantor 

Second rozc: P. Newton, Miss Rncker, F. Perkinson, M. Mears, f^rrsidriit : 

Mrs. Coffnian, s/^onsor: S. Strader 

Third roic: Dr. Turille, s/^Ditsor: R. Horn. R. Planner, E. King, Ircasuri'r: Miss Hcrr. 

Miss Brach". I. Havdon, Mr. Sanders 



21 (Jmecja It 

Pi Omega Pi i.^ a national honoi'ary fraternit)' in 
Business Education. Its aims are to promote scholar- 
ship and high ethical standards, to aid in civic better- 
ment, and to teach the ideal of service as the basis of 
all wdrthy enterprise. 

This year, Beta Nu chapter helped to plan and con- 
duct a local typewriting contest. Panel discussions and 
challenging speakers enlivened meetings. 

The tea room was the scene of the pledge break- 
fast, which followed a very impressive initiation ser- 
vice. Pi Omega Pi Day, April 19, highlighted the 
year's activities. At that time the club brought a 
speaker to the campus and held a luncheon and a ban- 
quet. The members of Pi Omega Pi will enter their 
chosen profession grateful for the leadership of Mary 
Mears, president, and for the fellowship of Dr. Turille 
and Mrs. Cofifman, their advisers. 




AIAkV M1-:AR.S, President 



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Tin- Madisuu Cdlluf^c Orchestra, organized in Mareli. 19.V), with (inly tiiur 
members playing two violins, a string bass, and a piano, has constantly been build- 
ing up its resources until it now carries almost complete symphonic instrumen- 
tation. 

The orchestra gave its first performance during an assembly program in I'UO, 
playing in the orchestra ]iil. .Stage settings for orchestra concerts were used for the 
first lime in 1''41 ; since then, they have becnme very elaborate in color and design. 
( )riginality and \ariely were promoted by the development of new synthetic and 
plastic materials which the girls themselves fashidiied into veritable fairylands. 

An all-girl orchestra, with special vocal arrangements b\' the conductor, it has 
presented programs throughout the state of \'irginia every spring, in addition to 




I'lrsl row: J. .Xhicl'arlam!. vtolji: S. \\ ca\er, inulin: F. I )evier, violin, coihri: j;;.'.i/r,Mj . 

.\I. HylU.n. celio. librar'mn 

Second row. J. Mohler, frriicli horn, {•resident: B. Beelcr, froult horn, J. Ijrciwii, fliile 

1 hird row. Mr. Marshall, Conductor: F. Binion, z'ocali.Kl : L. Blanks, trumpet: II. Hnttcl, 

trumpet: L. 1 )iiiinavant, trombone, vice-l>resident : J. Bear, piani.fl 



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the annual concert given in Wilson Hall. At these programs, audiences are im- 
pressed by the grateful liowing (jf the concertmistress, Fredericka l)e\ier, and by 
the stead}- beat of the tympani. 

Rehearsals are held three e\enings a week from 4:30 p. m. until 5:50 p. m. 
"Promptness and exactness" seems to be the motto of their cimductor, Mr. 
Marshall, since the first notes of the rehearsal must begin on the dot of 4 :,iO p. m.. 
and he is never satisfied until the ])la\ei-s respond just exactlv as he cnmmands — 
a pri\ilege only a contluctor may ha\e. 

If any(jne is lieard coming into the (lorniitor\- at 12:00 or 12:,i() at night, it is 
probali]\- the orchestra girls re'iurning irom a concert gixen in a near-b\' town. 

The man}' hours of hard work are uKjre than rewarded In- the happv smiles 
of small children and the genuine ap|ireciation of grown-up music-lo\ers. 




First row. H. Cupp, cello; R. Knontz. violin: S. Perkins, violin: B. Mad )or.aId, ziolin 

.'Second rozc: J. Snedegar, flute: A. \\ hetzel, bassoon: ^•. Clendenning, bassoon 

Third ro'u'-. M. Lehman, tyni/'ani, sltiry bass: J. Dolly clarinet; J. Straw, clarinet; 

S. Stradcr, clarinet, f'liblicity nianaycr; \). Thomas, strint; bass; 

M. Criss, sirinii bass: 1). Rowe, string bass 



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CjLee (yluL> 



ELIZABETH JAMERSON 
President 



The Glee Club is one of the oldest ori^anizatioiis 
on campus and gives credit for its long-standing 
reputation and growth to Miss Edna Shaeffer, the 
founder, director, and sponsor, who gives constantly 
of her time and energy to the building of a bigger and 
better Glee Club. 

Iv'ich year the group has participated in college 
choral auditions and has always maintained a record 
of high standing. This year the auditions were held 
at Virginia Polytechnic Institute. The club calendar 
also included trips to Richmond, Roanoke, and Lynch- 
burg. These expeditions arc in co-operation with the 
exchange programs of other colleges. At Madison the 
singers presented a Christmas concert and assisted in 




Officers: 1'. SnidL-r, l^iaimt; 1'. Carter, biisircss inami(irr: E. .lanicrsuii, ficsidcnt ; 
I). Waiiiwriglil, 'rice-f-rcsidciit : S. (juinn, librarian: J. Cocke, scirrlary 



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First rorc: P. Snider, R. Bolcn. J. Granger, M. Purcell, J. Day, E. Woulfolk, 1). Gatto, 
M. Reger, S. Rutella. S. Quinn, F. Trevveit. A. Coon. M. Musser, M. Snyik-r, 

N. Dukes, F. Riley 
Second rmc: \. Eason, T. lieli, 1. Swank, \'. Savmders, B. Preston, E. Gimliert, O. \\ alpole, 

J. Craig, A. Carter, I. Sawyers, M. Manos, C. Kline, D. Tillman, D. Davis, M. Bradley 

Third row. R. Shirkey, M. Caulk, N. F'ravel, B. Striker, ]. Vv.ole, B. Robinson, S. Colherl, 

I >. Wainwright, F, Wilson, P. Carter, M. Arinistead, P.; Mills, J. Cocke, 

A. Hunter, E. Jamerson 




inucli Christtnas choral work. Perhaps the biggest 
event of the year was the trip to Washington to sing at 
the National Art (killery (jn Palm Sunday. 

Originally the (ilee Clul) served as the college choir, 
but since its beginning its duties have broadened. 
Nevertheless, its high standard of singing and the 
shared jovs of working together have always been 
maintained. This \ear under the capable leadership of 
I'.li/abeth Jamerson the typical Glee Club spirit pre- 
vailed. 

No Glee Club (lirl will ever fin-get practices, per- 
formances, or even the singing as the crowded Inis 
tiu'iied homeward — to Madison. 



MISS EDNA T. SHAEFFER, Director 
PEGGY SXIDEK, Fuuiist 



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Waller, pianist; K. Turner, prcsidciil ; 
Mr. Hicks, direrlor 
•cond row. G. Turner, treasurer ; C Boyer. secretary : 
I. Logan, z'iee-l'resident : R. Boyer. librarian 



J4en's Oi 



torus 



Remember those vibrant masculine voices 
\ou heard at Y.M.C.A. chapel programs, and 
(hn-iniL; the presentation of the "Messiah," 
and "The Mikado?" That was the Men's 
Chorus. 

It is one of the youngest and most active 
organizations on campus, having been form- 
ed in '48 by a group of talented, expressive 
men who enjoy singing. 

Mr. Hicks, sponsor and conductor, has 
directed this choir with skill and enthusiasm 
through a successful year. 

They face future }-ears with "A -Song in 
Their Hearts." 




First rote: Mr. Waller, R. Boyer. G. Turner, F. Turner, G. Boyer, Mr. Hicks 

Second roze: ]. Hunter, R. .Showalter, G. Smith, R. Horn, J. Eavey, H. Bell 

Third nni.'-. E. Hoover, R. Miles, R. Spangler, J. Jenkins, L. Hatch, B. Stickley 

Poiirtli Ro',e: B. Eavev. H. Brooks, I. Ganiliill. H. leavons 



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(concert Jjana 

Tin- CdiictTl band is a rect-nl addition to cani- 
])us organizations. L'ndi-r tlic baton of Mr. 
JMarsiiall, the group gave a concert in assembiw 
Participating in May Da\- and aiding the program 
of die new l\ecreati(in cmnicil were among the 
\'ear's activities. George Turner as president led 
the group. 

11\' p!a\ing together, sharing triumphs and 
disappoinlments, the members of the band liave 
enio\e(l the experience of sacrificing individual 
recognition for the success of the grcjup. 




OFFREk.S. R. Boyer, vice-president; B. Beeler, 

librarian: K. Rosenbauni, secretary-treasurer ; 

G. Turner, president 




First nn^': F. TiiriKr, I. Lo,E;an, H. Bell, J. Straw, K. ^[iks, M. Criss, C. Ring, C. Turner 

Second roii' : J. Dolly, B. Wertz, S. Turner, J. Williams, M. Sweeny, J. Bruwn, 

J. MacFar!and, B. Dixon, M. Hylton, L. 1 )unnavant 

Third ro'ci.' : Mr. Marshall, director; I. Moliler, I!. Beeler, S. .Andrews, R. Rosenbauni, 

N. ( lendening. R. Boyer, J. Rhodes, L. Blanks, M. Lehman 



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J. Manuel, v.. WiH.lli.lk, C. L alvi-rt, E. Hostctter, B. liciiiu \ ilk-, xcrrlaiy : M. Munlcick, 

i-'.. (linilicrt, M. Aniiistead, treasurer: D. W'ainwriglil, I >. I)a\is, X. (. Iciiclcniiig, 

M. Bradley, riic-pn-sidciit ; M. I idle 




CTjeoUar? uIul> 



VIRGINIA DIXON, President 



The budding piano virtuosi of the campus consider 
it an honor to Vielong to Aeolian, tor applicants are 
carefully screened durin,t;" their try-outs. 

This year a new constitution was adopted hy the 
n. embers. Man\' fine musical (jrograms were directed 
b\' \a7. Wool folk. Then, too, there were the try-outs, 
the planning for an assemljly program, and the inform- 
al record programs held twice a month for all those 
students who were interested in coming to listen to 
music. 

With its high goal of perfection, Aeolian encourages 
its talent to constant betterment, not only in perform- 
ance, but also in appreciation. 



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Lcipmon 



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The Diapason L'liih foslcrs musical intcn-sts in ils 
memlx-rs, who art- y(nni,i; m-fianisls. The sponsors, Mr. 
and Mrs. Hicks, are helpful in every project of the 
group. 

It was not until 1947 that the group gathered un- 
der its present name. The members were admitted ac- 
cording to the aliilily with which they performed in 
try-outs. 

In addition to a full program of social activities, 
the club has sponsored an assembly program and a 
trip to Hagerstown, Maryland, to an organ factorv. 

The members arc interested in furtlieriiig their 
musical abilities and appreciation. 




.\i.VKTllA JANE BRADLEY 
President 




First row. ¥.. Wdnlfulk, set rrtury-tri'nsurcr: M. .Armis'.cad, zi.c-prcsidc::! , 

M. .Mlnian, rcl'ortcr: \\. Peliworth, D. Ttiompson 

Second row. E. Janierson, U. I'rcston, M. Musser 

Third rozv: M. Murdock, C. Calvert, B. Miles 



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l-irsi roic: K. Rdsciiljaun. J. Sliau, X. Ckndcmiiiig, S. W alkiiis, /^n'sidcnt : 

I'. Binion, Z'oailist 

Second roic : 1), Ruwe, sccrclary-tretisurer: L. I )unnavant, I'lcc-prcsidciit ; B, James, 

S. Groves. L. Blanks, T. Snedegar, l^iuiiist 



loosl UnonJs 



A strict!}' unprofessional, extracurricular activity is carried on 1)\' n-embers 
of the Lost Chords, who possess a great an^nuit of virtuosity. They are a group 
of students who for some time now have spent Tuesday antl Thursday evenings 
in sessions of rehearsal. 

1 luring the season tliey ha\e presented a dance. "Musical kainilro])S," and 
many ])rograms in the vicinitv of Harrisonhurg. In tlie jiast year the nmsicians 
liave hein joined l)v a saxophonist and a truni] rter, and tlu-\' will al\\a\s \\rlc(>n:e 
any (jther talented interested musicians. 

As a dance band the\' ha\'e man\' more vears in which to develop and, under 
the guidance of Mr. Marshall, it seems that the\- increase their achievements with 
each year. 



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First i-j:,'-. M. EUidtt, A. f^inney. F. Mo-clcy 

Sciond roi\.': D. Dedrick, li. Kuhii, K. Aluorefield, P. King, M. Rculgers, A. Sieighl, 

G. Albera, M. WliitiiiHii, K. Tra\ers, K. Funkhouser, secretary 

C. Roach, Miss Latimer, st^unsor 

Third ruze: R. Burton, W. I'eliworth, H. Jcavons, A. Keller, ]!. Sullivan, N. Rennie, 

E. Collins, business iitanaijer : 1'. \\ ootl, J. Oakham, C. Kcnnette 

Sh-atfow Jjramai'ic LyiLW 

Tlir purpiise i)t the Stratford Dramatic Clul) is to 
produce pla\'s that have both an educational and enter- 
tainment value for participants and audience. Under 
the ,L;"uidance of their director, FJr. Mar_\' Latimer, they 
work hard but have much fun on-stage and back-stag'e 
in all phases of dramatic production — acting, scene- 
building and paintin.g, lighting, staging, and directing. 
Two major produclions are given each year as well 
as one-act plays in evening and assembly programs. 
This year saw' DEAR P.RUTUS by J. M. Barrie as 
the fall play — repeated for Homecoming in March — 
and FASHION by Anna Cora Mowatt as the spring 
production. 

Stratford managed the campus sale of tickets for 
the r.arter Theatre play, YOU CANT TAKE IT 
WITH Y(_)U, and two of its number acted as extras 
in the Margaret Webster Shakespeare Company's 
JULIUS CAESAR. This gToup of students contri- 
bute a vital part to lively and entertaining campus life 
at Madison. 

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BETTY HIPPENSTEELE 
President 



1 anlidLenic (^ounciL 



The Panhellenic Council is an important and active organization whose re- 
sponsibilities are constant from the first opening' day of school to the last finish- 
ing days in June. Juanelle MottL-rn, chairman, and eighteen representatives from 
the six sororities constitute the members of the council. They have felt especially 
blessed in having Mrs. V^arner as their advisor and .her ever encouraging per- 
sonality behind their eiiforts. 

This year in adilition to the usual rushing was the adoiition (jf the local Tau 
Alpha to Zeta Tau Alpha. This adilition gave Madison six sororities over which 
the council presided. 

Working in an administrative and advisory capacity, the Panhellenic Coun- 
cil aimed to promote fraternal co-operation among sororities on cani]jus. During; 
the weekly meetings the representatives discussed the projects which included aid 
for the unfortunate children in mountain districts of Rockingham County and 
plans for the annual Christmas dance. 

The Panhellenic dance, an e\ent of great importance especially for the new 
members, was a gracious aiifair. The figure was composed of the Panhellenic 




firs: roic: 15. Baits, N. Bullerwdrlh, j. Welihcr, I'. Mann 

Second row: 1. Blair, treasurer: C ■ Johnson, ehainiiaii-eleet : J. Motlcrn, iliainiiaii : 

S. Quinn, recording secretary; N. Bowman, corresponding secretary 

Third row. L.Seibel, F. Perkinson, B. Brvant, G. Hoskinson, E. Thornhill, O. \\ alpole, 

G. Wells, J. Davis 



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reprfscntalives g()\'.nt.'cl in while ;iiiil carr\'ing noscgavs 
of poinsettia and holly. Joe Gleesf and his orchestra, 
the theme of "White Christmas" and tile beautifully 
decorated gymnasium — all these lent themselves to the 
charm anil success of the dance. 

But long bef(jre this, had come the exciting "lush 
period" which began with the Panhellenic tea which 
the prospective rushees attended in Alumnae Hall. At 
the parties and "dating" periods, which followed, the 
girls were intensel}' excited from the da\- when bids 
were issued from the council's room in Wilson until 
the day when they could really claim a sorority as their 
own. 

In such ways the girls who represent Greek letter 
organizations on Madison College campus are pursuing 
their goal of fraternal ties and friendships. 




lUANELLE AKJTTERN 
Chairman 




Silver stars overhead and "White Christmas" in the air formed the setting for 
the hgure at Panhellenic Dance. 



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Cflpka Si(^ma Oflpka 



The fall semcstt-r of 1949 opened the door to a new and unforgettable year 
for Alpha Sigma Alpha. The Alpha Sigs immediately liegan making plans for the 
long-anticipated rush week and for their traditional Cafe Society rush party. This 
year, the theme, \\'izard's Cafe, was a big success, with such exciting entertain- 
ment and vivid decorations that one coukl hardly recognize her surroundings as 
dear old Carter House. Then came the big day ! With enthusiasm and anxiety, the 
Alpha Sigma Alphas awaited the arrival of their new sisters-to-be. That will al- 
ways be a memorable day for each of those twenty-two girls who turned with eag- 
er hearts toward the walk which leads to Carter House. Alpha Sigma Alpha 
sisters from Longwood College and Jean Grady, national registrar, were also 
present to extend A. S. A. friendship and love to the new pledges. With a tie of 
loyalty and love, the girls began together their journey through the year. 

The next big event on the calendar was Founders' Day, which was celebrated 
on November fifteenth. Alpha Sigma Alpha is privileged to have all five of its 
founders living today. It is the aims with which they established Alpha Sigma 
Alpha in 1901 that keep an A.S.A. ever proud of lu-r sisterhood. 

The lihilanthropic project for the year was donating money for equipment 
in veterans' hospitals. Along this same line, the girls sent clothes to the needy 
Polish and prepared a Christmas box for a near-b',- mountain family. 




First nnc: L. E;irly, secretary; R. Harshliarger, reporter; 1. Blair, liee-president ; 

N. Butterworth, president: D. \\'aln\vrighl, A. Bellenot, treasurer; P. Carter, chaplain 

Second row. J. Smith, AI. Bradley, B. Bryant, M. Armistead, M. Dyer, J. Young, 

J. Almarode 
Third rn-a'-. L. Dunnav.int, C. Artluir. |. Gilbert, V. Dixon, G. Temple, \'. Rason, M. Mears 



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E\er\()ne enjoyed gay Christinas festivitic-s at tlie 
party given for the old members by the new pledo-es. 
During the year the girls also spent a joyful week end 
at college camp. These and other times spent together, 
such as Saturday night get-togethers, always the call 
for a fourtli for bridge, those quick breakfasts in the 
new kitchenette, and just the joy of being together, 
ha\e made this a wonderful vear for Alplia Sio-ma 
Alpha. 

Dear to tile heart of each member of Alpha Sigma 
Alpha will always be the memory of the love and loyal- 
t\- with which Nancye Ruttervvorth, presitlent. and 
Miss Boje, ad\isor, led the group through the year, 
helping each girl to grow in Alpha Sigma love' and 
friendship. 




NANCVE HUTTERWORTH 
President 



^ For those who w ill not return, this year will till one of the best chapters in 
their book of memories; and for those who will return, the heartwarming recol- 
lection of this Alpha Sigma year gives them a challenge to begin another year 
with heads high and hearts aglow. 




F,>j< roi..: C Ferui,,,,,. k K, >,„l,aum, E. \\.»,li,.lk. .\1. .\l;lkr, \. (,arth, 1',. IVncc 
rlw"'" ^- ^h't' "V- "°^"i'- ■^- Pi""«-. K- Chaunce>-, B. V\ ilson, H. Cupp. L. Blanks 
J hud row. H. Tsolcas, P. Cutler, .\[. Snow.len, M. Marshall, J. Helliig, K Hiner. 

P. Turner, ]. Manuel 



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First roii' : B. Folkes. F. Hudgins, A. Pinchbeck, B. Thompson, E. Scott, B. James, 

A. Alexander, C. Gauldin, ^[. Speer, S. \\ atkins 

Second roii': E. Lumsden, A. Spei.sht, R. Cooter. 1. Shallcross, M, Kasey, R. Jarvis, 

J. Funk, M. Allman, M. Curtis, F. Moseley. 




OjLpka ^icjma C-i 



LEXORE SEIBEL, President 



aa 



Alpha Sigma Tau Sorcjrity, wliich claims Lincoln 
House for home, was founded at Ypsilanti, Michigan, 
on X^ovember 4, 1899. In 1941 Psi chapter was founil- 
ed, the fifth sorority to be established at Madison. 
Since that time, Alpha Sigma Tau has given its mem- 
bers social training and lasting friendships. 

When school opened in September, 1949, we all 
rushed to Lincoln House to see the new wallpaper, new 
couch and victrcla, and beautiful kitchen. And we 
were pleased to find in our midst Miss Miriam Liles, 
(now Mrs. Robert Stanley Mathis"), our house mother. 

\\ hat ab(jut our winning the efficiency award? 

The rush party was in "The Gilded Cage," which 
was really Lincoln House made over into a "Gay 
Nineties" taxern. The well-trained chorus line was a 



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firsl nnc : E. Kemick, A. Stout, K. Travers, I ). Rowe, J. Snedegar, chaplain: N. Alurrison, 

P. Ross, J. Gaither, P. Griffith, P. Doughtery, B, Banish 
Second ron': M. Reid, S. Strader, treasurer: S. Quinn, V. Grant, vicc-presidcnl : L. Seihel, 

president : M. Roone, S. Shorter, recording secretary : E. Collins 
Third roir: C Boice, E. Jamcrson, F. Waters, R. Shirkey, M. Jett, P. Sonrs, M. Gilmore 



sensation, and the program was made perfect with a skit performed by Miss 
Frank and Dr. Latimer, our acKisors. 

After the suspense of rush w'eek was over, and a wonderful group of new 
memliers was pledged, we liad our Founders' Day Banquet held in Julias's ("ireen 
Koom. On Decemlier 10 we attended the Panhellenic Dance, where we sang and 
d;inced to a special Alpha Sigma Tau song, the "Memory Waltz." As a ]irnject 
at Christime time we sent packages to a needy family in Harrisonliurg. 

Spring rushing was in February. Many alumnae were present at the annual 
spring picnic. 

Sorority life has been an important part of college for the girls at Lincoln 
House. Never-to-be-forgotten memories are the Sunday-night suppers, blind dates, 
telephone calls, bridge games, and late sessions talking over the trials of student 
teaching. Sharing joys and sorrows has tied bonds of friendship that will last 
into tomorrow. 



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1 L Jvappa S 



\ IkGINlA WELLS, Frcsidcnt 



ppa OLCjma 

This year marks the tenth anniversary for Alpha 
Omicron chapter of Pi Kappa Sijjnia on the campus 
of Machson College. 

The Pi Kaps have a name for heing a busy family, 
and the result of everyone's working togetlier has 
made this a wonderful year. They have adopted an 
overseas orphan in Belgium and an underprivileged 
family in the \icinit\' of Harrisonburg. The Christ- 
mas party for children at the City Home has come to 
be an annual affair, while some other philanthropic 
activities of this group are the contributions to the 
Shriners' Hospitals, Georgia Fox Brown Scholarship 
fund, and the Seeing-Eye-Dog Corporation. 




First row. S. Kaylor, V. McNulty, corresponding secretary; L. Peterson, secretary; 

E. Chapman, P. Burns, vice-fresident ; M. Bradley, treasurer 

Second rot^': M. Wiggins, J. Moore, J. Mottern, B. Hurdle, S. Dill, reporter; E. Tubbs 

'I'liird rozv. R. Vaughan, N. Penn, A. Hill, P. Weaver 



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The tliniie l'(ir tile rusli party was ''Arabian Xi.i;lil Cluli," ami at llir rml of 
rusli week. I'i Kap w rlc(jnK'il to tlu-ir iiiiil^l IweKi- new ]ile(l,t;cs . . , Will any- 
one ever forget that feeling (if lielonging that came em that <la}'? All the active 
meniliers. pledges, and se\'eral alumnae attended the Founders' l.)a\' liancjuet at 
the Triangle November 17. .Sunday nights to the I'i Kaps mean supper at the 
house, with songs and laughter that continue for hours. The Pi Ka])s take their 
spring outing by visiting the college camp. .Such spirit, such fun, and such fellow- 
ship that is found in their group can't be duplicated. 

The girls are more than proud of their wonderful sponsors, Mrs. Johnston 
and Miss P'atterson, who give ins])iration ami sound advice at all times. 




First rozc: B. Owens, C. Blankenship, T. Holloman, J. Brown. M. Knox, S. Rathbone 

Second roie : P. Mann, M. Epperson, C. O'Leary, L. Simpkins, J. Parker, S. Colherl, 

y\. Warren, B. Hurdle, Miss Patterson 

Third rozv: K. Joyce, S. Stanley, .\. Ely, H. Brown, J. Rear, .\. I)a\is, A. Williams 



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Sicjma Slqma ^Icjma 

It's hard tci iiclicvt- tliat it's liint- for another ,i;roup of Sigma Seniors to leave 
Sprinkel House. We won't leave without memories of a grand year and lots of 
fun stored in our memory books. 

When we came back to school in the fall, we were still humming the Sigma 
songs that we sang at our Regional Meet, which was held at Barca's camp, Camp 
Strawderman, in August. We acted as hostesses there and welcomed Sigmas from 
near and far, national officers, college chapter girls, antl many alumnae. Think- 
ing over the wonderful time we had there, we remember all the grand friends we 
made and the fun we had with .Sigmas Ix'ing together. 

Before we reall}- had time to unpack at college, we were thinking about fall 
rushing and wondering which girls would come our way. "La Fiesta Sigma" was 
truly a gala affair, both for us and the rushees. even w.hen the great "Earthquake" 
came! Rush da_v we waited e.xcitedly as the rushees took the house of their choice. 
Twenty new Sigmas were born that day, and we were very proud to welcome in- 
to our bonds such a fine group. After their pledge training and initiation, they 
gave all the old memliers a super Christmas party with lots of entertainment, and 
old Santa really had a bag full of gifts for all the Sigmas. Also as part of our 
merry time, we had a party for the children from the City Home. Ann Powell, 
Social Service Chairman, and her committee had charge of the party and the 




l-xrsi roti' : L. iJorriiiglon, \.). Uptlike, L. .Miller, vice- ('resident : D. Herbert, H. Thornhill, 

I'rcsideiit : C. Harrisoiii, corrcsf'imding secretary, I. Miinson, J. Craig, J. Bowman 
Second roic : S. Pickrel, P. Byrd, I. Parker, L. Foster, K. Harris, Al. Tolinson, j\[. Thomas, 

"A. Powell, \V. Darbv 

Tliird ro'u' : P. Walker, .\. 1 Jinglediiic, R. ."Xgnor, B. Spaulding, H. Lanier, A. Sullivan, 

C. Lucy, M. Poling, O. W ali.ole 

Fourth rou-: AI. Bates, E. Peters, M. Sewell, P. Simpkins, J. Cocke, C. Calvert, M. Murdock, 

P. .^liomo, 1. Dovel 
F1///1 row. J. Bailey, N. Bowman. J. Pugh, .\1. C. Dougherty, W . .\lnnson, .A. Bowman 

K. Hale, J. Witten 

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cliildrnt n-,ill\- had fun at llie lidusr with rcfrcsli- 
nu-nts ami iiKirc ,i;itts from old Saint Nick. 
Throuuli ranhrllrnic we adopted a mountain family 
and helped make their Christmas a merry one, too. 
Then, we sent Christmas ahroad to our war ori)han in 
the form of a package filleil with toys, clothes, and 
food. Our pledges also capably handled the T. B. 
dri\e on campus. 

Sprinkel H(juse welcomed a new housemother, who 
has realh heen a mother to us all, Mrs. Raymond 
Dingledine, whom we proudly call "Momma Ding". 
"Momma Ding" also brought her daughter Agnes from 
the Alpha Chapter at Longwood to become a member 
of Alpha Upsilon. 

We cannot thank Barca enough for her guidance 
and love for all Sigmas. She has truly been a loyal 
Sigma throughout the years. Miss Hudson has been an 
advisor both to Senior Hall and to the Sigmas, and we 
thank her with our love. Elsie Thornhill, our president, 
with her unselfish efforts has made Sigma dreams for a perfect year come true. 

Though there may be years before many of us are together again, we'll alwa\s 
share in memories the Sunday night suppers at the house ; sitting on the porch 
at sunset, singing; the nervous excitement and thrill of pledging and the rush 
party ; Barca 's cozy apartment and those talks with her, along with Miss Hud- 
son's love and advice; Parker's being chosen Miss Madison; Joanne Craig as the 
Madonna, Cotillion and German Dances, when Sigmas 'led' the way ; the genuine 
happiness of Homecoming and May Day ; and all the other 'little things' which 
have made this year one we will ,il\\,-i\-- nnnnilicr. 




ELSIE THORXIIII.l. 
President 




First row. B. Brooks, B. Boyd, J. James, J. Williams, I). Wood, N. Kennie, C. Roach 



Second row 
Third ro'v 



: J. Swank, B. Duke, J. Bowie, D. Miller, B. Griffith, F. Lyons 
^. Gunnel!, E. Saum, B. Preston, N. Fravel, G. Lockhart, P. Kilduff 




First row. S. Heatwole, D. Bargqr, M. Bluett, M. Wiseman, K. I'.lakemore, 

K. Funkhouser, M. Shifley 

Second rozc: I). Furniss, G. Hoskinson, M. Cobb, C. Mattox, M. Mattox, 

C Jamerson, C. Jobnson 

'J liini /oil': M. L. KkUUeberger, J. Josepb, L. W oudyarfl, C. Blackmore, D. Knauss, 

M. Hogan, D. Hawkins 
Fourth ron' : J. Liskey, M. Kbodes, J. Foole, K. Cockrill, F. Ralston 




C^keia Si^ma LlpsLU 



.( )Ri':xci-: ri':kKi.\,^(_).\ 

President 



on 



Everyone was busy at Messick house in prepara- 
tion for rushin,!^, which inchuled a "Surprise Package" 
party full of thrills ami real surprises for the rushees. 
When the rushees became pledges, the house was al- 
ways full of happy, chatting girls, knitting and card 
playing in the living room. And everyone equally en- 
joyed the new kitchen and all the lovely things it con- 
tained after the members had given a kitchen shower. 

The group learned that it owed its presence to the 
etf"orts of the first girls who had dreamed of Theta 
Sigma Upsilon as a true sororit}'. The story of its 
founding is one of determination, courage, and hard 
fighting, for it began as a literary society at Kansas 
State Teachers College, lunporia, and was known as 
the Sigma Literary Society. In the summer of 1919 



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First roic : Miss \\ uclfel, sl^oiisur, S. Gundinaii, Ircasurrr. }. Iluckmaster, F. Perkinson, 

(•resident; A. Simpson, secretary; A. Hawkins, z'ice-president ; Miss Armentrout, sl^oiisor; 

Second rozv: D. Lewis, N. Shumake, F. Rolibins, H. Layne, J. Mover, A. Carter, 

A. Garrett, J. Ghasen 
Third roic: A. Bedwell, M. P(ilsiie, 1'. Rudgers. X. Haniiltim. R. Ramsey, F. Sliulir, 

L. Sumptiun 



they leased a house, became a local sorority, and finally established themselves as 
a new national educational sorority, Theta Sigma Upsilon. As their aim they pro- 
posed a sisterhood that would have for its fivefold object the physical, intellectual, 
social, ethical, and spiritual development of its members. 

Not only in social meetings when they attended movies or sang songs — they 
have written words to several songs of their own — Init also in charity projects 
the group has been active. At Christmas time they sent a bo.x with food and 
clothing to an unfortunate family in the mountains. At the Panhellenic dance in 
December they celebrated with many others the advent of Christmas. 

Audrey Hawkins, vice-president, and "Doc" Woelfal, an advisor, journeyed 
to French Lick, Indiana, the setting for the Theta Sig convention last summer. 
They returned with a gold cup for the best exhibition there. In the spring of this 
year they celebrated Founders' Day and gave the final farewell picnic. 

It is "Doc" and "Doc, Jr.," to whom the Theta Sig girls wish to give their 
thanks for their willing helpfulness at everj- turn. 



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jLeia C^au CjLpk 



J KAN DAVIS, President 



la 



It was the Panhellenic Council that recognized a 
definite need for another Greek women's ory;ani/.ation 
on campus. As a result, a small group met with the 
Council chairman and planned the formation of a local 
fraternity, Tau Alpha, pending petition with a national 
fraternity. 

The Tau Alphas worked for unity and very soon 
petitioned Zeta Tau Alpha for affiliation as a chapter. 
Prior to this the local fraternity gave a tea for some 
of the national officers of Zeta Tau Alpha. 

The National Council accepted the petition for 
affiliation, and on April 30, 1949, the Council "rib- 
boned" local members as charter members of Zeta Tau 
Alpha. Tn the fall this year the pledges were \er\- busy 
preparing their rush i:),'irty, the theme of which was a 




F'u-st ro'o:: E. Fitzhugh, M. Alley, M. Groseclose, P. Binion, .\. .Smith, J. Douglas 

Second rozf. S. George, N, Perkins, J. Matthews, J. Rice, P. Hanimons, J. Coverston 

Third rozi.i: N. Svvinson, J. Manuel, H. Carter, L. Green, J. ^liller, C. Campbell, R. Craddock 



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radio 
Glad; 
membered their advice. 



it featuring Miss Walker as Bain Smioks. Miss Grace Hcrr and Miss 

lid to a groui) which appreciated and re- 



Glada ^^'alker have given inxalualil 



Twenty-three girls were pledged and a banquet was held at the Kavanaugh 
Hotel. Joan Sawyer and Francine Draper arrived as chapter counselors to take 
charge of the pledge training and to initiate the pledges. On November 18 a tea 
was given, where Zetas met Zetas, for some of the national officers, including 
Helen M. Harrison, Helen \\\ Jenkins, and Mary Stacy Jackson, were there. The 
installation service was held Xo\ember 19 with the l)anc|uet following. As a pro- 
ject the group adopted a needy family in Harrisonburg. 

The ambitious girls who were not daunted by the task of bringing a new 
sorority to Madison show spirit and purpose. Their efforts have been e-xteiisive, 
their labors demanding, but their accomplishment successful entjugh to repay them 
in ever\' wav. Their efforts leave a permanent memoriam ot tlu'ir contribution 
to the development of Madison's Greek associations. 




first roil'-. L. Jones, N. Heiber, .\. Snilcr, E. \\ alers, scrclary; J. Davis, president; 

1!. Groseclose. <''u-e-prcsideiit : J. ^^encfee, S. Morris, K. Moorefield 

SciDiiil n);e: M. House, D. Hinson, .\. Simmons, B. Slemp, N. Moore, L. King, B. Batts, 

j. Weliber, B. Brittingham, S. Jennings 

Third raii' ; C. Geiger, R. Kernan, A. Looney, M. Banner, M. Whitman, X. Nelson, 

M. Birchard, A. Nefl', D. Crowder, J. Peatross, R. Leonard 



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Sif^ma JJeLla Jvko 



Founded in 1947 with 13 members, Sigma Delta Rho. as the first social 
fraternit)' on campus, has grown to an organization of 40 members. Under the 
direction of its president, Sheffey Devier, and the sponsor, Dr. Curtis, it has ac- 
complished its purpose of promoting fellowship among the men students. 

The meetings have been spiced by movies, informative talks, and significant 
plans. Remember the picnic at Massanutten Caverns in Ma_\' and the dance this 




First roa' : E. Edwards. R. Burtcn, J. Daciek, R. Horn, K. Gamliill, L. Good, C. Ring 
Second row: D. Clatterbuck, F. Olenchak, B. Eavey, J. Eavcy, M. Hoover, R. Clatterhuck, 

E. Ryan, J. Phalen 

Third rozv: W. Grandle, R. Berndt, T. Phalen, F. Turner, H. Bell, G. Turner, 

P. Long, R. Waggy, P. Roach 

Fourth roz^': T. Earman, B. Ervin, J. Jenkins, R. Weakley, E. Wolfe, J. Hill, B. Clegg 

Fiftli roil.' : J. Kite, G. Knupp, A. Brenneman 



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\<.-ar? T1h'_\' were tangible rcsulls of wurk, initiative, 
anil enthusiasm. 

Twenty-eight new members came into the fraternitv 
this year amidst a royal initiation part}-, complete with 
a barrel — cider liarrel, that is. 

The accomplishments of the boys made this a red- 
letter }'ear for the fraternity. Much of the credit goes 
to the officers who ha\e helped in giving the club its 
present standing. 




SHEFFEY DEVIER, President 




The boys gather around the rock to talk informally about whatever boys 

talk about. 



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JjLueslorie Uoillllon C^lul? 

Ever since 1929, the members of Cotillion have been (lancing, working, and 
dreaming old dreams which really reached a climax this }ear when German and 
Cotillion sponsored the big dance week end. 

That is what it was — "A Dreamer's Holiday." Cotillion started the festivi- 
ties that Friday night in March with the president, Jean Parker, leading the 
figure. She looked just like the "Miss Madison" she is. The other dance club 
members followed her in the figure which Skitch Henderson accompanied with 
lovely strains. 

They had forgotten the backaches of goating and merely remembered the 
purpose and results of such an episode. Then too, they remembered other pro- 
jects — sponsoring Saturday night dances, contriliuting to student dri\'es, Christmas 
giving and .helping other organizations with their dances. 

Throughout the vear they .have joined in socials and in the spring picnic which 
Ijrought together their members and their sponsors, Miss Hope Vandever, Dr. 
and Mrs. Glenn C. Smith, and Dr. Henry Converse. 




•:AN PARKER, President 



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Officers. Firsl rua': J. Craig, husiiu'ss iiiainh/rr : I), lllaiid. scri/caiit at arms; 
Scioiul roTf: J. Mi)llcrn, scrrclary; J. I'uj^h, licasiircr : A. Sibcrl, z'U'c-['rcsidciil 



MEMBERS 



Barbara Banish 
Mary Barham 
Jean Baxter 
Dorothy Bland 
Connie Blankenship 
Betty Bosserinan 
Natahe Bowman 
Mary Jane Bradley 
Billie Brown 
Jean Brown 
P'egge B>rd 
Betty Cha|)man 
Elsie Chapman 
Agnes Dingledinc 
M. C. Dougherty 
Lois Early 
Marjorie Epperson 
Skippy Fleshman 
Lorraine Foster 
Lynette Gunnel 1 
Kathryn Hale 
Donithv Herbert 
Anne Hill 
Juanita Holloman 
Jackie James 
Mary Julias 



Kitty Joyce 
Susan Kaylor 
Mary Beth Kncix 
Betty Luck 
Frannic Lyon 
Jane Moore 
Martha Moore 
Juanelle Mottern, 
jinx McNulty 
lean Oakes 
Beverly Owens 
Jeanne B. Parker 
Kanne \L Parker 
Nanc- Penn 
Florence Perkinson 
Lucy Petersf)n 
Shirley Pickrcl 
Ann Pinney 
Margaret Poling 
Mary Polsue 
Mary Porter 
Ann Powell 
lean Pugh 
Sue Ratlibonc 
Reba Reynolds 
Nannie Rennic 



Connie Roach 
Rita Russell 
Charlotte Saunders 
Kosalyn Scarliorough 
Betty Shomo 
Pegg\' Shomo 
Ann Sibert 
June Simpson 
Barbara Spaulding 
Shirlcv Stanle_v 
Ann Sulli\an 
Ann Tayli'V 
Elsie Thornbill 
Peggv Turner 
DoUy Lou Updike 
Ruth \'aughan 
Pollv Walker 
Ollie \'ee Walpole 
Jo Ann \\ bitten 
Maggie Wiggins 
Mary Witten 
Marv Ann Wilkins 
Ann Williams 
Juanita Williams 
Jean Wood 



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Cjetman Uiab 



"A Dreamer's Holiday" was the theme, SaUinlay, March 4, of the dance 
crowning a year of pleasure, fellowship, and effdrt for tlie ("Icrman Dance Cluh. 

For weeks throuijh the fall there had lieen whisijers, "confabs", and secret 
meetinj^'S in which the members had discussed their plans excitedly and in secret 
that there was going to be a "name" band for the annual dance. Those days, when 
they were planning what was to be the first real dance week end in Madison his- 
tory, a week end co-sponsored b)' the (iernian Club and the Cotillion Club, were 
really bus\' ones. 

Skitch Henderson, master of the "smooth and solid," created the mood, and 
the dancers completed the "holiday" in a truly memorable week end. 

During the }'ear German Club helped encourage dancing on the campus 
through sponsoring the traditional .Saturday niglit informal dances. They were 
responsible, too, tor the operation of the coke machine in Reed, whicli pro\'ided 
refreshment for the dancers. When springtime came, there was the usual pleasant 
dull [licnic. 

The year was reall_\' an eventful one, oni.' in wliich e\ery memlier had occasion 
to |)articipate actively, guided by the capable leadership of their president, Carter 
Harrison, and their sponsors. Dr. and Mrs. l\a\mond Dingledine, Dr. and Mrs. 
Leland Schubert, and Miss Vandever. 



C/VKTKR HAKRISON 
President 




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Officers. Firs, row. I. Muscn, reporter; 
Second row: N. Butterworth. sergeant at arms; E. 

business nianaiier; M. Dyer, t'irc-f'resideni 



J. Gilbert, .fCi rc.ary 

Bellenot, treasurer; E. Hurdle 



MEMBERS 



Ruth Agnor 
Mildred Alliright 
Ann Alexander 
Jii Almarode 
Grace Armistead 
Martha Armistead 
Gynetli Arthur 
Katherine Barrett 
Marian Bates 
Elise Bellenot 
Patsy Black 
Irene Blair 
.Anna Bowman 
Jo Bowman 
Martha I'radlex' 
Elizabeth Brady 
Beverly Brooks 
Bess Bryant 
Phjdlis Burns 
Nancye Butterworth 
Colleen Calvert 
Julia Carter 
I'eggy Carter 
Jane Chason 
Kathryn Chauncey 
Teanette Cocke 
Shirley Colbert 
.\nne Colonna 
Carolyn Copley 



Martha Cox 
Mary Curtis 
Peggy Cutler 
.\nn Davis 
Doris Davis 
Emilie Dickie 
\'irginia Dixon 
Sally Donovan 
Jackie Dovel 
i3etty Duke 
T,aura 1 )unnavant 
Marjorie Dyer 
Jean Edwards 
Margaret Elliott 
Paige Fentress 
Charlotte Ferguson 
Xancy Fravel 
Jean Gaither 
Nancy Garth 
Jackie Gilbert 
Sally Goodman 
Miriam Gore 
Constance Graves 
Carter Harrison 
Ruth Harshbarger 
T(;an Helbig 
Bettv Hiner 
Libby Hile 
Joan Hohson 



Marree Hogan 
Mancha Holland 
P.ebecca Holland 
Georgia Hoskinson 
.-\nne Hunter 
Barliara Hurdle 
Betty Hurdle 
Rita Jarvis 
Mattic Jctt 
Martha Johnsun 
Mar\' Kasey 
Carrol Kennette 
Pat King 
Hcm'ietta Lanier 
Gcraliline Lockhart 
Christine Lucy 
l'e.ggv Madsen 
Pat Mann 
lean Manuel 
Marian Marshall 
Miriam Mattox 
Marv .Mcars 
Mar'ilyn Miller 
Jane Moyer 
Irene Munson 
Winifred Munson 
Mary Murdock 
Nelwyn O'Brien 
Coni O'Learv 



Klizaheth Peters 
Jayne I-'ierce 
Betty Ramsey 
Mary Rhodes 
Reba Rosenbanm 
Peggy Savage 
Etnily Scott 
Lenore Seibel 
Mary Sewell 
.Annette Simpson 
Judith Smith 
Jean Snedegar 
Marie Snowden 
Alice Speight 
Hazel Stone 
Margaret Stone 
Betty Strickland 
Gill Temple 
Martha Thomas 
Helen Tsoleas 
Dot Wainwright 
I'hyllis W'eaxer 
Joanne Webber 
Ginger Wells 
Sara W ells 
Dorothy While 
lean Whitehouse 
Fae Wilson 
Jean Young 



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Scaled: M. Johnson, P. Rlack, D. Ma-;Donal;l, A. Do\el. A. Williams, K. IniiiklKJUser, 

M. Mattox, ]. Hagar 
Standing: t'. Matlox, \\ . Mulder, secretary; R. McNamara, j. Hoseiy, A. Ovrcvik, 

X. Grove, J. Cocke, W. Jackson 







C^ke Cjrl (yliw 



DOT HERBERT, Frrsidcit 



The Art Clul) was be.mm b\' Katherine Roller, a stu- 
dent art major, in 1928. From the beginning, the group 
has worked to establish closer co-operation between 
the students and faculty and to promote things of 
l)t;uity in the campus surroundings. 

Membership is limited to only those who pass strict 
drawing try-outs. The activities of the memliers in- 
clude sketching, painting, decorating, and sponsoring 
an assembly program. The Art Club is responsible for 
the Miss Madison contest and has spent many hours 
on the mural in Spotswood Recreation Room. 

With the years the Art Club has become a very- 
useful group. 



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!-irst row. B. Buyd, J. Bowie, R. Harris, R. Jones, A. Wilkins, B. Culpcpiier, M. Polsue 
Sciinid row. ]. Wood, C Yow, .fccrclary : L. King, fiie-frcsiitent : A. Powell, B. Brooks, 

treasurer : N. Walker 

Third roio: C. Orcutt, P. Cleaver, A. Harman, J. Simpson, J. Buckmasler, J. Manuel, 

D. Hinson, W. Darliy, C. Hartman, M. Hall, J. Bruce, T. Moyer, R. Beahm, 

E. Palmer, R. Scarborough 

Poiirlli rozi' : A. Wlietzel, S. Morris, N. Goode, M. Maguire, M. Menetee, E. Woodford, 

L. Sacra, L. Burner, J. Douglas, D. Phillips 



Cfssociaiion i^or ukuanooa 
Ooucailon 

The Association for Chiklhood Education, an 
organization of long standing at Madison, is exclusive- 
ly for those students who are preparing to teach in the 
elementary grades. The girls in this group, because of 
their great desire to learn more about children, help 
each other by relating persona! experiences and then 
carrying on informal discussions. At one meeting Mr. 
Davis, the principal of the Main Street School, shared 
many interesting educational ideas with the girls and 
presented his personal views concerning the ideal situa- 
tions to be aimed for in the elementary grades. 

Certainly to be mentioned and not easily to be for- 
gotten is the week end of the camp outing with Dr. 
and Mrs. Poindexter as chaperones antl the eerie ghost 
stories spun in the flickering light of the hre place. 

Under the sponsorship of Miss Anthony and Miss 
Seeger, these girls are laying plans and beginning to 
construct a valuable project for the future. 

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ROSAMOND l.F.OXAK 1 ) 
PrciiJt'iii 




Tl'lUl 11 >TF,KXK. President 



LjranooaLKjhieyti Ullw 

In tilt- fall of 1939 tlu- daughters of former ]Madi- 
soii stiuk'iits organized a group and called themselves 
"granddaughters", since their mothers were as "daugh- 
ters" of Madison. 

Since then the Granddaughters' Club, sponsored by 
Mrs. Garber and Airs. Johnston, has promoted friend- 
ship, fellowship, and closer ties between former stu- 
dents and tlieir Ahr.a Mater. Th.e members promise to 
cherish the traditions and memories of the college and 
lo create a fraternal spirit an:ong the daughters of 
previous students. 

They ha\e had their parties, programs, camp week 
end, and most important. Home-coming week end, 
when they welcomed home the Alumnae. In this way 
they maintain the traditions of the college. 




/;;--,' roiv' : J. Fleshnian. A. M. u:. 1 . :,1.,-l1l_\. .u . /v/ii/"_v; X. MiTri-mi. treasurer ; 

E. Shuler. iiee- 1 resident ; A. 1 lingiediiie 

Sceoiid roze: B. Crosby, M. Hotinger, J. Leltwich.'R. Well.';. M. 1 1. Dovel, 

B. Hiner. B. Holsinger 
Tliiril nii^-: W Luslnva, B. Heeler. L. Sacra, S. Creasy. M. Gilbert. B. Hammack, 

\'. Hanser. P. Hockman 

Foiirlli raie: A. Turner. E. Liskev. R. Hotinger, E. Green. C. Hazel, N. Revercumb, A. Early 

Fiftli ri>:e: M. Bashaw. B. Dixon. \'. Tett, A. Painter, I. Corliin 



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Sesame L>Lub 



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Sesame Club niembcrs have ;is their den se\eral 
rooms on the ground lloor of Harrison Hall. Here 
they hold their meetings and sponsor parties. 

This organization of day students plays an im- 
portant part in providing" a link between the on-and nfi- 
campus groups. Their den is so attracti\e that manv 
girls bring their cokes and coffee from the tea room 
to chat and visit the girls who are there. 

Sesame Club, open to all day students, has i)een a 
friendly link among the groups. 




J'.ETTY BUSSERMAN 
President 




s: row. J. Alleliaiigli, J. Strawderman, S. Heatwtile, A. \"ance, L. Echar.l, M. Menefce, 

B. Gordon, E. Burgess 

Second roje : B. Bosserman, ^'resident : ^h•. Shorts, sponsor; M. Jackson, N. Birchard, 

J. Dovcl, P. .Argenliright, L. Sumption, B. Trobaugh, J. Joseph, E. Andes, Mr. Bocske\', 

sponsor 

Third roie: L. Early, E. Long, treasurer: .\1. Furcell, reporter; I). Bowman, |lr. dleim Smiti; 

sponsor; J. Bear, M. Beale. P. McKunney, L. Long, ;iee-president : A. Sinnnons 

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Ofticcrs. M. Wiseman, Iri-axiiirr, A. Clarrett, rcj^urter, Miss lirady, s|Hiiis(ir; 
.\I, K. IjaiiiKT. .•iccrcliiry : G. Arthur, president 



C^lie ^AiaoUoYi Jjusiness Utub 

The Madison Business Club was founded in the fall of 1945 by Miss Mar}- 
Margaret Brady and Dr. Stephen J. Turille. This club strives to give an op- 
portunity to every student to participate in club activities and to promote general 
business knowledge and serves as a means of making contact between the stu- 
dents and business leaders. 

The club had regular monthly meetings f(jr lectures, iliscussions. nioxies, and 
any business subject of timely interest. The members gave a tea for faculty and 
students of the business department. In the spring, the clul) had its annual banquet 
at which officers for the coming _\ear were tapped. Also among the activities was 
a tour of business offices in Richmond, where a guide in each (iflice explained its 
organization an<l its business machines. 

The Madison Business Club presents an opportunity for niemliers to broad- 
en their interests and assists in development of future business leaders. 



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First ro'ic : J. Ramsey, J, Bartley, C. Lucy 
Second row. L. Jones, E. Wilson, M. Reddout, secretary; N. Heiber, treasurer 

E. Waters, I'ice-I^rcsideitt 
Third rote: G. Shaver, M. Rhodes, B. Ervin, J. Jenkins, C. Wynes, E. Pahner 
Fourth roiv: H. Carter, \'. Hannabass, P. Rogers, P. Hammons, J. Ridings 



[Inle^nalLonaL JvelaUons (^Luo 

Membership in International Relations Club is open 
to all students who are interested in national and in- 
ternational affairs. 

The members enjoy the co-operation of all the social 
science faculty, particularly that of their advisor, J)r. 
Dingledine. 

As well as presenting a speaker for the assembly 
program, they have attended many regional confer- 
ences. One of their projects is the maintenance of the 
bulletin board in Harrison Hall. 

It has been a good year, for the members have gain- 
ed in numerous ways, and by joining forces with the 
Y.W.C.A. they have striven to influence the student 
bodv to more international awareness. 




DOT CROWIMiK, President 



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yjune 3 



CLence 



Till- Curie Science Club fosters an interest in 
science on the campus. Composed of science majors 
and minors the group presented a varied schedule of 
activities for its members this year. 

Under the direction of Mr. Cool and Mr. Bocskey, 
Jo Almarode, leading the club, saw t(j it that there 
were trips and interesting scientific ])rogram affilia- 
tions with other science clubs in tlie area. A repre- 
sentative was sent to the \'irginia Academy of .Science 
nieetirii;. 



"Curie' 
campus. 



this war celebrated its Uith birlh(l;i\' on 



|(J ALM.AkODK, Prcsulciit 



( )ne of the high points of the club year was its 
assemlily program. 




First roii' : S. Jackson, A. l)i)\cl, sccreturv : A. Ncal, B. GordiMi 

Second rate: A. Cocin, M. Casey, N. Shumake, B. Groseclose, M. Poling 

'I'liird roa' : L. Dorrington. D. Bowman, W. Jackson, J. Peatross, J. Ramsey 

Fiiiirlh ruR': P, Barnlull, I). Arman, C. Sanderson, B. Dudley, M. Elliott, vicc-jiresident, 

H. Burrnss, M, Whitman, J. Coverston, A. Pinchbeck 



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prances Sale Uuw 

This club, which was named aftc-r the first home 
economics teacher at IVIacHson, is sponsored l)y Miss 
RolxTtson. 

The group's activities began wilii the llig Sister- 
Little Sister home economics picnic. Then, Margaret 
Elliot went to the Home Economics Workshop in New 
York City, and Irene lilair, president of the Home 
Economics Clubs (jf Virginia, presided at the State 
Convention. The members enjo_\-ed the program when 
foreign students at Madison an<l I'.ridgewater told of 
their home customs. 

Between business and pleasure the members have 
never lost sight of their objective, the furthering of 
home economic interests. 




ANN NEFF, Prcskh-iit 



First r<n^': I). Ruwe, A, Sulliv;in, .1. Osborn, D. Miller, M. I'ora-r 

Second row: B. L'm|>hlette, .Miss Kolicrtson, B. Slemp, M. Elliott, A. Ragsdale, N. Mays 

Third low. C. Melton, J. Watson, E. Simmons, M. Reid, D. Sellers, K. .Shuler B. Murray, 

M. .\ndrevvs, B. May 
Fourth roi.^' : .A. Swortzel, M. Scutt. M. Reddnut, I., .'^inipkins, M. Wiggins 




First row. L. Berger, R. HaPrihliarger, M. Groseclosc, B. Kcffcr, B. Jan.es, M. Barrett 
Second ro',^' : 1,. Camper, H. Carter, M. Alley, B. Grossman, A. Mitchell, D. Bowyer, 

D. Furniss 

I hird niw: \. Craig, .A. Kivlan, M. Hooker, H. Layne. M. Hnlingcr, E. I.iskey, 

1). ISrittinghani, D. Bowman, J. Day 

Fourth row. \. l-'.as<in, 1'. I !nnghertv, D. Bethel, I. Blair, P.. Lavton, .A. Meredith 

H. Bishop, M.'Brumliack, X. Heilier 

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First roti'i R. Craddock, A. Rolston, J. Moyers, ziic-trcsider.t : N. O'Brien, C. Kennette, 
M. Hogan, secretary: A. Powell. N. Funkhouser, treasurer: N. Hamilton, /^resident; 

C. Coates 

Second ro'u' : S. Thomas, A. X'ance, ]\1. Covey, AI. Moore, J. Bruce, J. Rice, \'. Donovan, 

J. Bentley, A. Bowles, C. Ferguson, M. Wills, M. Jackson, Miss Cundiff, sf'oiisor; 

Tliird ro'u'-. A. Maxey, J. Miller, H. Tsoleas, M. Holland, G. Hoskinson, 

Fourth )t>u' : B. Bowman, L. Collin^. M. (i. Johnson, M. W ellons, P. Simpkins 




C^x J^lh 



NANCY HAMILTON 
President 



riA 



Ex Libris is a new club, organized in 1948 when 
thf Library Science Department moved from William 
and Alary to Ma<]ison. 

The purpose of this club is keeping abreast of li- 
brary development, providing an opportunity for stu- 
dents to meet outstanding library persons in the State, 
developing a unit}' among prospective librarians of the 
State, and interesting others in librarv work. 

Among its activities the Christmas partv and in- 
formal leas at Miss Cundifif's apartment have become 
anticijjated social events. 

After having accomplislied s(] much in less than two 
years, Ex Libris shows a new and progressive spirit 
for future development. 



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/•J/-J-/ roic: G. Wicks, R. Cooler, srirrtary-lrciisurcr : N. Siviter, liiC-prcsidcnt ; A. Dm el 
ScLond rozK.<: A. Humphires, E. Peters, C. Boice, E. Miller, C. Blackmore 



C^ke .jyiaikemailcs Cytub 



The ver_\' recent Mathematics Club was founded in 
the fall of 1948. Membership is by invitation only to 
those who are considered qualified. As its aim the 
members wish to maintain and foster an interest in 
mathematics. 

The}' have met once a month, having business and 
social meetings at whicli they discussed the background 
and history of the science of mathematics. This is 
given emphasis since it is believed that the mathematics 
student should know more than the mere mechanics of 
his science. 

The organization is much in keeping with trends in 
present thought. 




SHIRLEY KODRICH 
President 



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.Jne/icurij L>mb 

Whether it was hot dogs at our autumn picnic or telling stories around the 
fireplace at the college camp in the spring, the Mercury Club, under Jo I^owman's 
capaljje leaclership, had an active year of work and play. 

Madison's club for physical education majors and minors started off the 
year by hearing an inspiring talk by Dr. Rodgers, head of the physical education 
department. Throughout the year they were fortunate in having many speakers 
for the club, including some from the colk-gt- faculty. 

The club's traditional Purple and (iold teams had the hockey. Ijasketball, vol- 
leyball, and Softball games. Each team played hard anil earnestly so that they 
vi'ould not have to be the ones to treat the winners. 

Other activities that the club sponsored were the fall picnic to welcome the 
new members; the publishing of a newsletter, which included a greeling from the 
members of the physical education staff and our president, Mr. Miller; reports 
from the athletic organizations concerning their year's work ; and messages from 
the physical education major alumnae of Madison. The group also participated 
in a panel discussion gi\en by the Junior majors in Dr. Rodgers's c'.ass in 




F'xrsi rozc : .\1. Hoii^c. H. La.'.ier, F. Waters, B. Bariisli, J. Bowman. B. Bos.^eniian, .\1. I )\er, 

C. Cockrill 
Sciund joii': D. \\"el)b, N. Bowman, .\. Pond, .1. Wenzel, H. Dickie, P. Savage, L. Early, 

L. V\'oodyard, S. Pickrel, K. Blakemore, K. Travers 

Third row: (_'. tiravcs, .Miss Ulrick, M. Fnwcll, .\I. Bluett, C. Sanderson, P.. Spaulding, 

J. Cocke, N. Birch, C. Lewis, A. Stont, Dr. Rodgers, C. Carmen, Mrs. Hewitt. 



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Hisliii-\- and I'liuciplrs (it I'liysical lulucaliun. The 
h(jl)() liike to Ashby's Monument and tlic week end 
spent at the cullege caniii remain memorable occasions. 
Then, there was the formatiim of the Service Council 
and the assembly pros^ram. All of these events made 
this \ear an interesting and worthwhile session of 
activity. 

The Mercury Club is proud to boast of their sev- 
enty-one members today, because when the clul.) was 
first formed in 1940, there \vere onlv twelve members. 




JO BOWMAN 
President 




First roie: J. Hosely, P. Kilduff, D. Harris, C. White, E. Eanes, M. Flumli. 
Second ro-n-: A. Bnssieux, B. Holcomh, V. Noel, S. Wells, .\. Hayter, B. Ramsey, 

L. Kindig, N. Hardy. 

Third roi^' : N. f'ollock, \'. Gouldin, E. Turner, E. Long, 1. Florence, B. Roliertson, 

G. Matz, B. Totten, B. McFarland, M. Henley 



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First rciii'; T, Obaugh, mascot; P. Byrd, C. Harrison, sergeant at anus; M. Sliifley, 

treasurer; S. Jennings, secretary; B. \"iar, TJcc-president ; J. Allebaugh, rcf'orter 

Second roz^-: J. Critzer, M. Wellons, M. Bircliard, Dr. Sawhill, J. Strawderman, M. Putcc-t, 

S. Creasy. M. Bellamy 

Third row. J. Caldwell, A. Slothouber, H. Cujip 

Fourth roxv: W. Obaugh, J. Baldwin, G. Knupp, B. Leake 




Oflpka Jvko JjeLli 



PATRICIA GRIFFITH 
President 



a 



It was in 1931 that a group of Latin majors recog- 
nized the need for a classical organization on campus 
and founded Alpha Rho Delta. We the twenty active 
members now are enjoying their efforts. 

You'd never guess the places we've ])een or the 
things we've learned this year ! We've traveled to Italy 
via slides. We've heard the wondrous music of the 
metropolitan via the phonograph. We've accjuired a 
better background for our study of Latin through Dr. 
Sawhill 's lectures. We've also enjoyed a Christmas 
party, a spring picnic, and other social gatherings. 

Realizing that this }ear could not have been so 
successful without the aid of Patricia GritSth, our 
president, and Dr. and Mrs. Sawhill, our sponsors, we 
now sav ''thank vou" to them. 



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First rozc: P. Moore, J. Bentley, P. Newton, P. Griffith, 

Second row: P. Compiler, vicc-fresident ; M. Speer, president; D. Woodson, reporter; 

Mrs. Martinez, sponsor; Dr. Alartinez, sponsor: K. Ward, treasurer; M. Davis, secretary 

Third rozc : J. Alarshall, J. Rice, J. Critzer, Z. Landes, M. Speer, M. Powell, L. Jones, 

B. Bowman, A. Bowman, M. Sewell, S. Downs, I. Weinraub, P. Ham 



o/ (yuw OspanoL 

Thu Spanish Club of Madison was rcaclivak'd un- 
dfi" the leadership of its sponsor. Dr. Martinez, and 
Pat Newton, its 1949 president. In a brief period of 
time it has acquired an impressive membership and 
h^unched an active program. 

The aim of intensifying interest in the Spanish 
language and customs and providing additional op- 
portunity for leadership for those especially proficient 
if effected through the calendar activities: singing in 
Spanish, discussing Spanish history and culture, and 
presenting a chapel program and, most entertaining of 
all, hearing Dr. Martinez's stories of his childhood in 
Spain. Then came the final party, a real "tertulia." 

The group plays and learns at the same time and 
grows in membership, strength and organization. 




MARY JAY SPEER 
President 



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J^e C^e/icLe ^r 



rancaiA 



Twice a month girls who "iiark-nt francais" attend 
the meeting of the Frencli chih, winich was begun in 
1918. 

It has been ver\- active, having presented an annual 
chapel program, an assembly program, as well as pub- 
lished a French journal and maintained social activi- 
ties for the members. 

The aims of this group are to instill the love of 
well spoken French and to increase interest on campus 
in French customs and literature. Dr. Woelfel is the 
sponsor of this group, which works and plays, still 
maintaining "joie de vivre." 



SHIRLEY SHORTER 
President 




I'lrxt roi^'-. K. I'larliicr, K. tinice, S. HcaUvole 
Second roTi' : E. Tnhlis, j. Cramer, J. Manuel, liistorian-rcf<ortcr; J. Brockman, 
vice-president; S. Shorter, president: B. Bryant, secretary: K. Ward, editor; 
Dr. Margart'te W'cielfel, sponsor 
Third row. H. Cup]), .S, Downs. .-X. Mannos, M. Spcer, K. Home, .S. .\lt, G. Pearson, 

A. Dovtl, J. Sterne, M. Davis 

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JJollij ^JncwUon LjciAoen ULub 

For some years now the Dolly Madison Garden 
Club has flourished under the green thumbs of its 
sponsors, Dr. and Mrs. Shovvalter. The duties of the 
club have been to beautify the buildings by placing 
flowers there antl to further its own horticultural 
prowess. 

Among the activities this year the members visited 
l')iaken:ore's to see the demonstration of flower cutting, 
arranging, and corsage-making. 

The girls are a grouj) of interested gardeners, who 
ill their meetings in Alumnae Hall always conclude 
with the question, "W'liat would Hfe be without 
flowers ?" 




DUT liLAXl), President 




First roic : AI. Hall, secretary; J. Bruce, treasurer; B. Umphlette, reporter, 

Second rote: I. Thraslier, B. Decker, E. Hartzell, C. Hartman, H. Carter 

Tliird ro'a'-. 'iX Rland, M. Hanly, .1. Thrasher, j. Watson, :\r. i?iitler 



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CjLumnae Ofssociation 



Member of American Alumnae Council 



DOROTHY S. GARBER 
Alitmnac Secretary 



The purposes of the Alumnae Association are the promotion of the welfare 
of Madison College; the establishment of a mutually beneficial relationship be- 
tween Madison College and its alumnae, including over 6000 graduates ; and the 
stimulation of the individual Alumnae Chapters. It is a memlier of the American 
Alumnae* Council. 

An Alumnae Secretary is maintained at the College whose duties are keeping 
lists of names and adresses of the graduates, organizing local chapters, speaking 
at Alumnae meetings, a.id planning and organizing the annual Homecoming week 
end. Faculty, personnel officers, and students combine efforts to make Homecom- 
ing memorable for all alumnae who return for their anual visit to Alma Mater. 

The real function of the Alumnae Chapter, in a nutshell, is to make personal 
contacts and to keep alive the sentimental interest of the College. Many of the 
clubs sponsor scholarships for their local high school graduates, and these clubs 
are very active also in civic affairs. 



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CjLumnae Ukaplers 



C1IARL1lST(JN, west VIRGINIA CHAPTER 
President: Mrs. Mary Lou Beury, 1528 Ouarrier St. 
Secretary: Mrs. Ruth Peterson Stephenson, 1558 (Juarrier St. 

CULPEPER CHAPTER 

President: Mrs. Blanche Lazenby Thornhill, Culpeper, \'a. 

Secretary: Miss Margaret Hawkins, Culpeper, \'a. 

HARRISONBURG CHAPTER 

President: Mrs. Edith Fultz Br_van, 751 South Mason St. 

Secretary: Miss Catherine Shank, Mt. Crawford, \'a. 

NORFOLK CHAPTER 

President: Miss Anne Myers, 1400 Hampton Blvd. 

Secretary : Miss Barbara Palmer, 8584 Chesapeake Blvd. 

PETERSBURG CHAPTER 

President: Miss Mary Baile)-, 614 South Blvd. 

Secretary : Miss Sue Jolly, 1602 Brandon Ave. 

PENINSULA CHAPTER 

President: Mrs. Audrey Hvatt Branch, 1155 25th St., Newport News. \'a. 

Secretary: Miss Frances Ray, 29 Jetiferson Ave., Phoebus, \'a. 

PORTSMOUTH CHAPTER 

President : Mrs. Betty Lou Flythe HoUowell, 3405 Lincoln St. 

Secretary : Miss Lorraine Eason, 332 Mt. X'ernon Ave. 

RICHMOND CHAPTER 

President: Miss Corbin Harwood, 1125 West Avenue 
Secretary: Mrs. Elizabeth Morton, 2700 Idlewood 

ROANOKE CHAPTER 

President: Mrs. Rose Englemann Howard, 515 Church Ave. 
Secretary: Miss Jean M. Birchall, 2107 Carter Road 

STAUNTON CHAPTER 

President: Miss Anna P. Shepherd, 107 Oakenwald Street 

Secretary: Miss Nancy M. Foster, 271 N. Lewis Street 

SURRV-SUSSEX CHAPTER 

President : Mrs. Nancy F. Threewilts, Dendron. \'a. 

Secretary: Mrs. Audrey Bishop \\'illianis, Dendron, \'a. 

WAYNESBORO CHAPTER 

President : Miss Frances Sellers, 461 Chestnut Ave. 

Secretary : Mrs. Emma Mantiply Stratton, 405 Wayne Ave. 

WINCHESTER CHAPTER 

President: Mrs. Lola B. Petrie, 625 National Ave. 

Secretarv: Mrs. Belle Hockman, 302 Amherst Street 



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. . . whether we play on the var- 
sity teams or merely for our own 
enjoyment, we believe in good 
sportsmanship of participants 
and spectators. 



Ofmielics 



Ofmlellc Cfssociation 



Everyone upon registration at Madison C(jllege is a member of the Athletic 
Association. Founded in March, 1910, the Association has always tried to carry 
out its inu'pose of encouraging the stimulating sjjorts, promoting good sportsman- 
ship, and cultivating a spirit of co-operation and fellowship. 

The Athletic Association, under the leadership of Kittie Blakemore, has 
sponsored a number of activities, leading off with a Hi- Yah Party for the Fresh- 
men in .September and ending with the traditional May Day celebration and the 
crowning of the Queen. lietween these two events came such things as the Major 
Student Organization's tea for the h^reshnieii, entertainment for the visiting 
hockey and Ijasketball teams, e.Ktramural trips, and the hockey tournament at 
Westhampton. 



ite 




First roci' : J. A. Bowman, S. Pickrel, S. Kaylor, Dr. Rodgers, L. Early, K. Blakemore, 

H. Lanier, B. Siiaukling, D. Updike, N. O'Brien 

Second i-oic: P. Kilduff, C. Cockrill, B. Robertson. D. W'ehli, C. Graves, A. Pond, 

L. W'oodyard, K. Lewis, C. Carmen, N. Birch, B. Mcl'arland 



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KITTIE P.LAKEMORE 
President 




Also under thf sponsorship of the Atlik-tic Association 'were all intramural 
sports, incluiling hockey, basketball, vollexhall, archery, liadmintnn, tennis, swim- 
ming, Softball, table tennis, horse shoes, golf, stunts, and tumbling". 

We were very happy to welcome Miss I'etty Hartman to the Physical Edu- 
cation Staff of Madison College. We are glad to have her in the family. Dr. 
Elizabeth Rodgers, adviser for the Athletic Association, was ready to help us at 
all times. 

The Council, which is the governing body of the Athletic Association, is 
composed of the officers of the Association; presidents of Mercury, Modern 
Dance, Porpoise, Tennis, and Archery Cluits; the sports K-.-iders (if hcjckey, basket- 
ball, swimming, Nolleyljall, badminton, anil Softball; and one representative from 
each class. 

The Physical Education staff, the memliers nf the Athletic Association Council, 
faculty members, and members of the student body have worked h;ird for the 
Athletic Association, and their co-operation contributed to a verv successful year. 



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D. \\ el)b, L. W'ouiJyard, J. W'enzel, C. Carmen, H. Johnson, A. Pinncy, M. Almond 




CTjrckenj (_>liw 



DOLCJRES WEBB, President 



The Archery Ckib is a sport ckih nt active archers, 
who can lie seen in good weather in fall and sprini; 
with how in hand, Irving to hit the co\eti-d center of 
the largel, the hull's eye. 

Fall and spring try-outs for final membership in 
the club were held and several girls were invited to 
become members of the group. 

The big event of tlie year was the spring tourna- 
ment, held near the lime of the May Day festivities on 
campus. 

Besides the fun it provides for its members, the 
Archery Club exists to further interest in archer\' ,-md 
to teach any willing student how to shoot. 



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hirst roa' : M. Bluett, N. (J'tiueii, Al. \\ linden 

Scioiid roil': D. Knauss, J. Bowman 

Third roic: M. Dyer, P. Black, K. lllakemoi-e. B. Ramsey 



X1:L\VVX O'L'.RIEX, /' 



'dcilt 



C^lie ynooern dJance iylab 

This clul) is one quite in i<fcping with modern times, for it reflects progress 
in art, which is the modern trend. The girls practice intensely and earnestly for 
expression in their creative work and for experience in performatice. very often at 
the expense of sore, stiiif muscles and liniment. 

Their objectives have been well attained so that every year tb;.:. students look 
forward to their inspiritig performances. They have an integral part in the Alay 
Day Exercise. 

This group is also very active in attending programs and in bringing artists 
in their field to the college. 

Undoubtedly, whenever there is an announcement made of a program to be 
presented by the Modern Dance Group in leotards, we can Ije sure of excellence 
of grace and form and beaut\' in creative tnovement. 




Virst roil': G. Cunlikotf, J. Bowman. A. Taylor, ..\ \\ liittL'ii 
Second rmi' : ]. Shelor, A. I'inchlicck, J. Hartseok, G. Pearson 
Third roii' : B. Bosserman, il. Dovel, L. Early 
Fourth row. C. Graves, M. Moore, P. Fentress 



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1 or poise UIlw 

The Esther Williamses of Madison Colleije ! That's 
vvliat \vc call our Porpoise Club memliers. These girls 
who perform gracefull}' and with ease and poise com- 
bine their aquatic skills with music accompaniment to 
produce beautiful water ballets. 

The original Porpoise Club was founded in Novem- 
l)er, 1939, when twenty-five enthusiastic girls got to- 
gether to better their swimming abilities. Since then, 
each year there have been try-outs, followed by a few 
hectic days of "goating." 

During the year these girls practice faithfully each 
Wednesday night under the sponsorship of Miss 
Savage in preparation for their annual pool demon- 
stration, which is presented for the enjoyment of all 
those who are itnerested in aquacades. 




DOTTIE LOU UPDIKE 

President 




first row: I'.. Atwoud, 11, AniU-r-'Hi 

Second row. R. ^^cNam;^r;^, J. Holison, L. Peterson, N. Rennie, C. Graves, M. Mciure 

Ihird row. A. Bowman, K. Travers, M. Armsworthv, M. Honse 



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J;K( )( )KS ROBERTSON 
President 



J\.acqLiet C^Ilw 

The Racc|uct Clul) is new only in nanu-, for it was 
formerly the Tennis Club. Since it has changed its 
name and since it has been encouraj,'ed l)y the able 
guidance of Mrs. Hewett, the tennis players .ha\e been 
\ er\' active. 



Besides furthering goorl form of all its members 
in the tennis game, the club manages tennis toinma- 
ments to provide practice and interest for everyone on 
the campus. Although the rains were too heavy this 
fall to have a lournameiit, the club, undaunted, had 
one in the spring. 

The Racquet-ers uphold the stanrlards of fair play 
and sportsmanlike consideration ! 










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9%. 





1 i).\t ri'i^ . X. SiMUr, X. I Itriiilehiiii;, 1\ . 1 ll.iktai. nc, .\1. lilucli. 1'. L(.ui>. 11. TMjle,i> 

M. Plunili, I. Florence, N. Bryant, B. Juhnson, M. Wood, B. Robertson, B. Ramsey, 

Second rent.': E. Long, A. Hayter, t'. Graves, .A. Pond, J. Wenzel, \". Noel, S. Downs 

L. Peterson, B." Holcomli, J. Brooks, L. Kindig, N. Hardy 



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First Team. Miss Hartman, coach; H. Lanier, K. Cockrill, M. Bluett, J. Cauley, M. Henley, 
K. Blakemore, C. Carmen, D. Webb, R. Soreson, B. Sorenson, A. Pond 



utock 



Keij 



Hockey had a "field" da\' at Madison in the fall with the girls from every 
dormitory participating in the annual round-robin tournament. Following the 
tournament, intramural games were the highlight of the season. 



From the ranks of the intramural play- 
ers thirty girls were selected to partici- 
pate in extramural games with Sweet- 
briar, W'esthampton, and the Ahnr.nae. 
The squad later traveled to Richmond to 
play in the annual State Hockey Tourna- 
ment. 

Catherine Cockrill and Henrietta 
Lanier were chosen for the Virginia Re- 
ser\-e team, which played in the Eastern 
tournament in Plainfield, New Jersey. 

The fall season ended with a banquet 
to honor the hockey coach, ;\Iiss Bett\- 
Hartman. 




Second Te.am. ¥xrst nn^': M. Riddlebcrger, 1). Harris, 

S. Downs, M. Powell, M. House, K. Travers 

Second roie : Miss Hartman, E. Long, A. Corker, J. W'enzel, 

C. Graves, N. Nelson, G. Metz, L. \N'oodyard 



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First Team. First rozu : H. Lanier, L. Early, S. rickrul, F. Waters, K. Blakemore 
Second rotu : D. Webb, C. Cockrill, C. Carmen, M. Bluett, X. Birch, L. Woodyard 



yylaaUori JJuck 



ucnesses 



Baskctliall is a favorite sport for Aladison skirls. This year during thi' annual 
Season tlie\' organized thirtv teams, which were coached \)\ groups of p!i\'sical 
education majors antl other interested students. These teams provided much fun 
and furore for the dormitories as tliey participated in an e.xciting winter schedule. 



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p^An^^ VkM 




^i.L ,1' 1 . .\M. I-irst coie ; M. Riddlelicrger, D. Harris, 

B. Ramsey, I. Green, U. Turner, (i. Matz 

Second row. N. Hardy, F. Long, C. O'Leary, P. Argenbrigbt, 

P>. Hiilccimli, R. Sorensnn, B. Sorenson 



Lorraine Woodyard, Hetty Kanisey, 
and Miss Ulrich arranged the schedule, 
an extramural team of twentv-si.x girls 
was chosen from the ranks of the intra- 
mural players, and practice was .started. 
Games were p'ayed with Roanoke Col- 
lege, -Sweetbriar, \W\sthampton. Long- 
wood, and our Alumnae. 

The season was cne of many enjoy- 
able memories, under the fine coaching 
of Miss Celeste Ulrich. 



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yylaoUon Jjuk 



Kes 



In 1947 something new was added to Madison 

men students seventeen of them in fact, and with 

them came the "Dukes," Madison's first men's athletic 
team, composed of sixteen men. 

Four years old now, and for the tirst time under 
the direction of Coach Grabner, who comes from with- 
in Madison's faculty, the "Dukes" have taken an even 
bigger "bite" than in the past. This year's schedule 
included Bridgewater, Shenandoah, Mary Washington 
Vets, Wilson Teachers, Montgomery, RPI, Washing- 
ton and Lee Freshmen, and Longwood. 

Tile "Dukes" have had a very successful year, spur- 
red on to more goals by a pretty and talented cheer- 
leading section. 







First ro-iv: R. Horn, manager ; R. Berndt, A. Keller, K. Fritz, H. Rhodes, R. Spangler. 
Second rozv. C. Ellis, B. Deputj', A. Clingerman, E. Homan, W. Denton, R. Showalter, 

R. Leake, Mr. Grabner, coach. 



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Will Fern make a 
hole-in-one ? 




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. . . whether we are caught in the 
teeming post office rush, or en- 
joying a leisurely Saturday 
night date, our daily activities 
are the real essence of life. 



SckooL J^ife 




1 1 impressions 



You'd think it couldn't happen twice, hut it 
happens every year. Wait and see ! 



What hues we've stood in and iiow lonj; 
we've waited to cash a tin\' check ! 



Many a new student has found an interest 
test and Mr. Eagle's guidance helpful. 




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It was tin.- first formal ati'air this 
yt-ar, and wt- welcomi'd tin- 
Millers — riFht inln mir hearts. 



It wasn't long liefore special 
talents found a means of ex- 
pression. 



Early in the year Massanutten 
Peak found us happily weary 
after a lonir hike. 




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Have a probK'm? Curriculum advisors like 
Mr. Warren proved to he the best friemls 
we ever had. 



^luales . . . 



History can he fun. Must he (juite a quiz. 
Dr. I )iny'ledine. 



How many future e.xecutives typed their 
way through first period every mornin.i; 
this vear? 




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Those cats were really the most 
interesting things ... or so the 
anatomy students thought ! 



Like dramatics? You should 
never have missed "Doc's" pla}' 
production class. 



Fashioning beautiful suits from 
bolts of cloth was only one of 
the many things taught in textiles 
class. 




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What would \Vf do withoul our tea rncini 
lor a C|uick cup of cofft'e and a Iirirt chat 
before the next class? 



Jjallij 
<jtalf-JJozen . . . 



Some go to the library for study, some fnr 
research, and others find inspiration in the 
stacks. 



How would you like to get up at five-thirty 
ever\' mornins;? 




A k'ttcr fnim liDiiic was \\v\ 
worth all tlu- humps ami liruises 



For anythint;- from cluh meetings 
to — "Wanted: a ride to U. 
Va." — check the liulletin board. 



Now that we all know how to 
use a fire extinguisher, here's 
hoping we never have to ! 




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Social 
ij^kirl . 



A cui' (I I tea niadi,- a warmer welcome for 
llie new students. • 



"Mom" Fleishman was caught by the 

camera at her birthday celebration with her How many milk shakes and hamburgers 

new "daughters". have voit bought at Doc's this year? 




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How many tinx's havf we 
signed in and out for one un- 
deserving male after another? 



It wasn't Broadway, hut for 
Madison Thespians "Dear 
Brutus" was a major production. 



So well remembered — the Christ- 
mas formal was just one of 
many through the year. 




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Of boat 
Uamous 



/ampi 



Thf ijirls would have liked a glimpse into 
that "Smoker" for Pres. Miller. 'Twas 
quite a part}' we hear ! 



Are they playing football or looking for 

four-leaf clovers? We watched the Dukes reach for victory. 




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Well, look at the card sharks! ^ 
Oh, for a place to shed those 
exam jilters. 



It was tun (.-xchangiiii,' friendly- 
greetings before meals. 



Something new has been atlded. 
thanks to the men. Let's hope 
this burst of Madison spirit con- 
tinues. 




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.JnaohoYi 
C^raoli'Lom . 



Freshmen Commission welcomed their 
Monday night "sing" as a time for relaxa- 
tion and spiritual guidance. 



A truly inspirins.; candlcliijlit service, it 



long be remembered. 



A new traditinn was originated when the 
]'"reshmen were officially made a part of the 
student body. 




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The "Y" Hallowe'en party 
brought forth a host of celebri- 
ties, including Snow ^^'hite anl 
the Seven Dwarfs. 



A Christmas tree, carols, antl 
presents for the needy made our 
Kid Party a big success. 



Madison and V. M. I. blend their 
voices for the annual Christma- 
vespers. 










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. . . whether she be Madonna 
of the Christmas pageant or a 
leader in her class, there are 
times when we wish to recognize 
the outstanding members 
among us. 



features 



Fern Waters 

You see here the reflection of the 
Seniors' able and attractive Madame 
President. Fci'n is not only efficient 
in her job as president but in an\' job 
she undertakes. Always ready with 
a smile, she has led the Seniors 
through a most successful year. 



emors 




Martha Thomas 

Who else could that contagious 
grin and giggle belong to but Marty 
Thomas? Being president of the Y. 
W. C. A. was certainly no easy job, 
but Marty's enthusiastic spiritual 
leadership has proved that she was 
very capable of handling it. 



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Carrol Kennette 

It you sec a Ix-ad full cil sliininy' 
copiKT curls bol)biiig u[i and cIdwii anc 
a talkative girl that it belongs to, \i)u'll 
know it's Carr(il. Though she's onl\- 
been with us two years, we've come 
to recognize her many abilities and 
wonderful sense of humor. 



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yemors 



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Nancy Penn 

th such a glowing smile and 
ness, our efficient president of 

A. doesn't need a book on Hozv 
Friends and I njlncncc People. 

as it "down pat !" 



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Retha Shirkey 

liehind tlidsc twinkling dark brown 
eyes there's a wealth of charm and 
intelligence. We'll never forget Retha 
and those Monday announcements a- 
:)out "one more Schoolma'am pa_\'- 
day." She really has done a grand 
job with our yearbook and deserves 
hearty applause ! 



SenL 



emors 



Jean Parker 

This lovable girl, better known as 
"Parker," has received many honors 
at Madison. To top it oft', she was 
chosen this year as Miss Madison, a 
tribute she richlv deserves. 




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Mattie Jett 

"Jett's" poise and al)ilit\" lia\e made 
her an outstanding leader on campus, 
and lier captivating personality has 
found a place in everyone's heart — a 
this and beauty, too. 



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emors 




Evelyn Tubbs 

(, aim. quiet, and efficient are three 
\v(jrds which describe "Tubbs." Here 
is a very likable girl with brains, ori- 
ginality, and the ability to do a job 
well. What would we have done 
without her on campus as the edit(n- 
of the Brcccc and as in all-round good 
pal? 




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Ollie Vee Walpole 

\'ivacious and \t.Tsatilc — that's 
Ollie \ef. Wlu-tluT \vritin,tj for tlu- 
Breeze, working- for Honor Council, 
r;r singing in Glee Club, she has a 
smile and a helping hand for every- 
one. 



umors 




Dot Wainwright 

Whenever you hear heavenh' music 
floating from Wilson or Harrison, it 
will probably be Dottie rippling off 
some new tune. Her musical ability 
is only one of the many talents which 
she has graciously contributed to cam- 
pus activities. 



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Jeanette Cocke 

}kTc's llu' living refutation that 
beaiitN' and brains don't go togi-llu-r. 
Jeanette has both, as well as one of 
the loveliest personalities we've ever 
known. 



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amors 





Mildred Bluett 

For lrii.'ndline>s combined with 
earnestness, Mildred, the etScient 
leader of the juniors, is truh' out- 
standing. 



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Nannie Rennie 

Efficiency, hard work, and charm 
have characterized Nannie in her 
work on the Honor Council, Y. W. 
C. A. Cabinet, and the Schoolma'am. 
But when work is over for the day, 
Nannie is full of wit and fun. As 
the affected "Lady Caroline" in the 
Stratford play. "Dear Brutus," she 
was a "weal" comedy hit. 



Marilyn Miller 

Marih'n has faithfully led the Class 
of '52 through a successful year. Her 
bright smile may be recognized any- 
where on campus. Not onl\- her class 
but also many other organizations have 
profited from her membership. 



Connie Roach 

Bubbling personality, sparkling 
smile, and words tumbling one an- 
other are characteristic of personable 
Connie. But when there's work to be 
done, it's "Connie on the spot," wheth- 
er in S. G. A. Council, the School- 
ma'am staff, or "treading the boards" 
in a Stratford play. 




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men 




Betty Jeanne Tyson 

One can't miss "Tyson" on campus 
because she's bubbling over with per- 
sonahty and friendHness. This out- 
standing freshman has a combination 
of all the traits that make a wonderful 
girl and a grand leader. 




Molly Kennette 

Little sister Molly's bright red head 
has bobbed its friendly way into Madi- 
son life with winning ways and an 
eagerness to help and learn. We 
know she will continue to lie a leader 
in her class. 



Frances Riley 

With a big Hello and a smile for 
everyone, "Zookie" has won many 
friends and has been an efficient lead- 
er in the Freshman class this year. 
She's sure to go a long way here at 
Madison. 



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J^LSS J^Jl: 



Lson 

Luvcly Jean Parker was chosen as our Miss Madison, a symljol of Lhe typical 
Madison girl. Each year the Art Club nominates candidates for this honor, who 
are then presented to the student body for selection by popular ballot. Miss 
Madison represents the true Madison spirit of friendliness and wholesome per- 
sonality. 

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^Aiaoomia am ^Irsi CjncfeL 



riu- YA\'.C.A. Christmas Pageant, a clu'rishcd Aladison trailitiim, is prescnt- 
I'll cacli Vfar. It is iiDt until the curtains are raised to the accompaniment of 
rapturous Christmas music that we know who will portray the Madonna and First 
j\ngel. This year Joanne Craig was the lovely Madonna, watched over hy Mattie 
jett, who as First Angel, led the Celestial Host. 




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Ofpple JjLossom J n 



mcess 

When apple' blossoms painted llu- Shenandoah \'alle\- in shades of spring;, 
Jane Moore became a princess in the court of Queen Shenandoah XXII I. Elected 
to represent Madison, she enjoyed all the luxuries becoming a princess during the 
two days of the annual Apple Blossom Festival at \\'inchester, \'irginia. 




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.Jnaij Llueeyi ana ^Jncdo of Jtonor 

Ma(lis<jii's own Morris Dancers capered on the green for Ihe enlertainment of 
her Highness, Queen Elise Bellenct, in the traditional May Day celebration. One 
of our very special memories is the colorful pageantry and the loveliness of the 
Queen and her Maid of Honor, Joanne Craig. 

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^naif C^oLiri 



Maids: first nm' : F. Waters, S. Kayltir, J. Modre. 

Srcond rozc: L. Foster, ]). Herlurt, J. Parker. 

Third )•!<;>': I. Munson, C. Kennette, G. Hoskinscm, 

M. Dyer, ^r. Jett, P. Carter 



Attendants : First rozc: ]. Mottern, L. King, 

K. Thornhill, A. Siliert. 

Second roi^' : M. Thomas. S. Pickrel, N. O'Brien, 

F. Perkinson. Third roTi' : G. Wells, K. Blakemorc, 

P. Kolston, M. Bradley, J. Joseiili, P. P.yrd, 

1. Lumsden, M. Bates. Uourfli ro'ic : E. Miller, 

J. Bowman, I!. Chapman, A. Hill, .-V. Stout. Xot 

f'rr.u-iit : N. Bntlerworth, E. jamerson, 

K. 1 larshliarger 



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urEXlXG SECTION 1-11 

CAMPUS 12-21 

CLASSES 22-1 K) 

Seniors 24-85 

Who's Who 28 

Juniors 86-97 

Sophomores 98-107 

Frt-shnicn 108-1 16 

Alma Mater 117 

ADMIXISTRATOX 1 18-13.1 

ORGAXIZATIONS 134-213 

Student Service 136-145 

Publications 146-149 

Religious - 150-160 

Honorary 161-165 

Music 166 174 

Dramatic 175 

Social ■ • 176-195 

Special interest 196-21 1 

Alumnae 212-213 

ATHLETICS 214-225 

SCHOOL LIFE 226-239 

FEATURES 240-255 

Class Features 242-249 

Miss Madison 250 

Madonna and I'^irst Angel 251 

Apple R'ossom Princess . 252 

May Day 253-255 

SEXIOR BIOGRAPHIES 258-265 

FACULTY DIRECTORY 266-267 

ADVERTISEMEXTS AXD STUDENT DIRECTORY 268-303 



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Senior JjiocjrapkUs 



Eugenia Margherita Albera, B. S. in Education. Strat- 
ford Dramatic Club, '47, '48, '49, Vice-President, '49; 
Modern Dance Club, '48, '49; Alpha Rbo Delta, '48; 
Newman Club, '47, '48, '49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49. 

Gloria Mildred Alle)-. B. S. in Education. Zeta Tau 

Alpha, '50; Frances Sale Club, '47, '49, '50; Wesley 

Foundation Council, '47, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '49, 
•50 ; Usher, '50. 

Earlene Eislyn Andes. B. S. in Education. Sesame Club. 

Mildred Andrews. B. S. in Education. Frances Sale 
Club, '47 ,'48, '49, 'SO; Baptist Student Union, '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO; Executive Council, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48. 
'49, '50. 

Theodore B. Apgar. B. A. in Education. Kappa Delta 
Pi, '50. 

Iris Nancy Arranls. B. A. Pi Kappa Sigma, '48, '49, 
'SO, Social Chairman, '49; Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, 
'SO; El Club Espanol, '47, '48; Dolly Madison Garden 
Club, '47; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Gyneth Arthur. B. S. Alpha Sigma Alpha, '48, '49, '50; 
German Club, '50; Business Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, 
Treasurer, '49, President, 'SO ; Baptist Student Union 
Council, '48, '50; Standards Committee, '49, 'SO; 
Usher, '47, '48, '49. 

Barbara Banish. B. S. in Education. Alpha Sigma Tau, 
'48, '49, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, '50, President, '50; 
Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Mercury Club, '47, 
'48, '49, '50; House President, '47; Senior Counselor, 
'50; IVho's Who in American Colleges and I'nii'cr- 
sities. 

Mary Ruth Banner. B. S. in Education. Zeta Tau 
Alpha, '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '49. 'SO; Pi Omega Pi, 
'49. '50; Sigma Phi Lambda, '48; Business Club, '47. 
'48, '49, '50, Secretary, 'SO; Wesley Foundation, '49, 'SO, 
Treasurer, '50; Y. W. C. A., '48, '50. 

Martha Jane Barrett. B. S. in Education. Transfer 
from i\Iontreat Colle.ge, N. C, '49. Frances Sale Club. 
'49, '50 ; Westminster Fellowship, '49, '50. 

Marian Helms Bates. B. S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, '48, '49, 
'SO; German Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Curie Science Club, 
'50; Clara Barton Club, '47; Student Council, '48; 
Student-Faculty Committee, '48; Hockey Team, '47, 
'48; House President, '50; Junior Class President, 
'49; Senior Class Treasurer, '50; Senior Counselor. 
'50. 

Rosa Lee Beahm. B. S. in Education. Association of 
Childhood Education, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., 'SO. 

Anne Elise Bellenot. B. S. in Business. Alpha Sigma 
Alpha, '48, '49, 'SO, Rush Chairman, '49, Treasurer, 
'SO; German Club, '48. '49. 'SO, Treasurer, '50; Busi- 
ness Club, '47. '48. '49. '50; Newman Club, '47, '48. 
'49, 'SO, Secretary-Treasurer, '49; Standards Commit- 
tee, '49, '50; House President, '49. 

Lucille Price Berger. B. S. in Education. Sigma 
Phi Lambda, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi. '49, '50; 
Frances Sale Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Baptist Student 
Union, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Executiye Council, 'SO; Y. 
W. C. A., '47, '48, '49. 



Dorothy Jane Bethel. B. S. Frances Sale Club '47 
'48, '49, '50; Baptist Student Union, '47, '48 '49 'SO ' 
Y. VV. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Marjorie Lee Birchard. B. A. Zeta Tau Alpha, 'SO ■ 
Alpha Rho Delta, '48, '49, '50; Sesame Cluli '47 '48 
'49, '50, Reporter, '47. ' ' ' 

Helen Anne Bishop. B. S. in Education. Frances Sale 
Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Westminster Fellowship, '47 
'48, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Irene Blair. B. S. Alpha Sigma Alpha, '48, '49, '50, 
Vice-President, 'SO; I'anhellenic Council, '48, '49, '50, 
Treasurer. '50; Sigma Phi Lamlida, '47, '48; Germati 
Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Frances Sale Club, '47, '48, '49, 
'50, yice-President, '49; Wesley Foundation Cabinet. 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO, Recording Secretary, '49, Correspond- 
ing Secretary, '50; Standards Committee, '49- Y W 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50, Cabinet, 'SO; Nominating Con- 
vention, '4«; Junior Marshal, '49; President, College 
Clubs of the Virginia Home Ecc.nomics Association 
'SO. 

Kittie Jean Blakemore. B. S. Theta Sigma Upsilon, 
'49, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, '50; Mercury Club, '47, 
'48, '49, 'SO; Modern Dance Club, '49, 'SO; Tennis 
Club, '49, 'SO! Wesley Foundation, '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Y. W. C. A., '47, '48. '49, '50; Senior Counselor, 'SO; 
Dormitory Sports Leader. '48; Softball Sports Lead- 
er, '49; Extramural Hockev, Basketball, and Softball, 
'49, '50; Athletic Association Council, '49; Athletic 
Association President, '50; H'ho's Who in Anicriian 
Colleges and Ihiiversities. 

Charlotte Boice. B. S. in Education. Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, 'SO; Le Cercle Francais, '47; Mathema- 
tics Club, '49, 'SO; Granddaughters' Club, '47; Wesley 
Foundation, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, President, 'SO; ScHOOL- 
M.-v'.AM Staff Photogranhv E('i Or, '49, 'SO; Usher, 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO, Head Usher, 'SO; Senior Counselor, 
'SO. 

Mary Ann Boone. B. A. in Education. Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, 'SO, Custodian, '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '48, 
'49, '50, Treasurer, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda. '47, '48; 
Le Cercle Francais, '47, '48, '49; Mathematics Club, 
'49, 'SO. 

Bette Bosserman, B. S. in Education. Transfer from 
Brenan College. Mercury Club. '48, '49. 'SO, Secretary, 
'SO; j\Iodern Dance Ck'ib, '48, '49. 'SO. Secretary- 
Treasurer, 'SO; Sesame Club, '48, '49, '50, President, 
'SO. 

Doris Wheelbarger Bowman. B. S. in Education. Busi- 
ness Club, '48, '49, '50; Sesame Club, '48, '49, '50, 
Secretary, '50. 

loan Bowman. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma, '48, '49, 'SO; German Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Mer- 
cury Club, '48, '49, 'SO, President, '50; Modern Dance 
Club, '49, 'SO; Athletic Association, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO ; Junior Marshal, '49. 

Natalie Bowman. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma 
Sigma, '48, '49, 'SO; Panhellenic Council, '48, '49, 'SO, 
Corresponding Secretary, 'SO ; Cotillion Club, '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO; Mercury Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Porpoise 
Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Secretary-Treasurer, '48, Presi- 
dent, '49; Athletic Association Council, '49; Y. W. C. 
A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Swimming Team, '48. 



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Audrey Dcanc Bowyer. B. S. in Education. Kappa 
Delta Pi, '49, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47; Frances 
Sale Club, '50; Baptist Student Union Executive 
Council, 'AX. '49, '50; Y. \V. C. A. Cabinet, '49. 

Charles William Boyer. B. S. Transfer from Roa- 
noke College. Men's Chorus, '49, '50, Secretary, '50; 
Y. M. C. A., '50, Treasurer, '50. 

Marv lane Bradley. B. S. Pi Kappa Sigma, '48, '49, 
'50, Treasurer, '50; Pi Omega Pi, '48, '49, '50; Cotil- 
lion Club, '49, '50; Breece, Business Manager, '50: 
Y. W . e'. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Mcrna Ruth Brenneman. B. A. 

Rebekah Brooks. B. S. in Education. Baptist Student 
Union, '47, '48, '49, Council, '48, '49. 

Jeanne Hartmond Bruce. B, S. in Education. .Associa- 
tion of Cbildbood Education, '47, '48, '49, '50, Treas- 
urer, '49; E.x Libris, '49, '50; DoUv Madison Garden 
Club. '47, '48. '49, '50, Secretary, '49, Treasurer, '50; 
Canterbury Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Dormitory fireman, 
'48, '50; Member of House Council, '50; Y. \\'. C. -A., 
•47, '48, '49, '50. 

Lelia Burner, B. S. in Education. Association of Child- 
hood Education, '49; Lutheran Students Association, 
'49; Y. W. C. A., '49. 

Phyllis A. Burns. B. S, in Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma. '48, '49, '50, Vice-President, '50; Kappa Delta 
Pi, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda. '47, '48; German Club, 
'48, '49, '50; Mercury Club, '47; Curie Science Club. 
•50; Honor Council,' '49. '.50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48. 
'49, '50; Junior Marshal. '49. 

Ronald D. Burton. B. S. Sigma Delta Rho. '47, '48, 
'49, Historian-Reporter. '48; Stratford Dramatic Club, 
•47_ '4g_ '49; Breej:e, 'A7, '48; Madison Dukes, '47; Y. 
M. C. A., '50; Men's Student Organization, President, 
•50. 



Nancve Butterworth. B. 



'49. 

ma 
'50. 
'49, 
•49, 



•50, Pr 



S. .Alpha Sigma .Alpha, '48. 
resident, '50; Panhellenic Council, '50; Sig- 
Phi Lambda, '47, '48; German elub, '47, '48. '49. 
Sergeani-at-arms, ''0; Frances .Sale Club. '47, '48. 
'50, Treasurer, '49; Wesley Foundation. '47, '48. 
4y, '50, Corresponding Secretary, '49, Council. '50; 
Secretary of Freshman Class, '47; Reporter of Sopho- 
more Class, '48 ; Senior Counselor, '50. 



Pegge Byrd. B. .A. in Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma. 
'48. '49. '50; Cotillion Club, '48, '49. '50; Al|)ha Rbo 
Delta. '47, '48, '49, '50 ; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Pollyanna Calhoun. B. S. in Education. Transfer from 
Shenandoah College, '49. Orchestra, '49; Women^s 
Chorus, '49; Frances .>ale Club, '49, '50. 

Irene Seiilman Cantor. B. S. in Education. Kappa 
Delta Pi, '49, '.50, Corresponding Secretary. '50 ; Sigma 
Phi Lambda. '47, '48; Pi Omega Pi. '48, ^49. ^50; In- 
ternational Relations Club. '47. ^48; Business Club. '49, 
'50; Tunior Sisterhood. '47. '48, '49, '50, Secretary. 
'48, '49, President, '50. 

Mary Cohen Cantor. B. S. in Education. Kapna Delta 
Pi '49, '.50, Historian. '50; Sigma Phi Lambda, '48; 
Frances Sale Cljb. '47. '48, '49, '50. Reporter. '50; 
Tennis Club, '47 '48. '49: Tunior Sisterhood, ^47, '48. 
'49. '50, Treasurer. '48, '50. President. '49. 

Ann Esther Carter. B. S. in Education. Thcta Sigma 
Upsilon, '49. '50: Karma De'ta Pi. '49, '50; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '47; Glee Club. '47. '48. '49. '50; Ex Libris, 
'49 'SO: Rat.tist Student L^nion, '47. '48, '49. '50; Y. 
W C. A., '47, '48, '49, '.50. 



.Margaret Ann Carter. B. M. .Alpha Sigma .Alpha, '49, 
'50, Chaplain '50; German Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Glee 
Club, 47, '48, '49, '50, Business Manager, '50; Aeolian 
Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Baptist Student Union, '47, ■48, 
'49, '50, Music Chairman. '48. 

Betty Jane Chajjman. B. S. in Education. Transfer 
from R. P. I. Cotillion Club, '48, '49, '.50; Business 
Club, '48, '49, '50; Granddaughters' Club, '50; Y. W. 
C. A., '48, '49, '50. 

Elsie Mae Chapman. B. S. Fi Kappa Sigma, '48, '49, 
'50, Sergeant-at-arms, '50; Cotijlion Club, '47, '48, '49. 
'50; Modern Dance Club. Sicrctary, '48; Social Com.- 
mittee, '49, '50, Secretary-Treasurer, '50; Y. W. C. A., 
'47, '48; Dormitory Proctor, '47. 



Donald B. Clatterbuck. 
Y. U. C. A., '50. 



B. S. Sigma Delta Rho, '50; 



Pauline Cleayer. B. S. in Education. Association of 
Childhood Education, '47, '48, '49. '50; Westminster 
Fellowship, '48, '49, '50, Worship Chairman, '50; Y. 
W. C. -A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

William C. Clegg. B. S. Sigma Delta Rho, '50. 

Nadine Clendening. B. M. Zeta Tau .Alpha, '49, "50; 
Orchestra, '47, '48, '49, '50; Band, '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Aeolian Club. '48, '49, '50; Choral Club, '49; Lost 
Chords, President, '49; Racquet Club, '49, '50; West- 
minster Fellowship, '47, '48, '49. '50, Secretary, ^ '50; 
Y. W. C. A., '47, '48. '49, '50. 

lane Warren Cleyeland. B. S. Pi C)mega Pi, '48, '49, 
'50 ; Business Club.. '47, '48, '49, '.50 ; Y. W. C. A., 
'47, '48, '49, '50. 

Charlotte Coates. B. M. .Aeolian Club, '50 ; Ex Libris, 
'.50; Y. W. C. A., '47. '48, '49. '50. 

Mary Cobb. B. S. in Education. Theta Sigma Upsilon, 
'-18, '49, '50; Association of Childhood Education, '47, 
'48, '49, '50; Ex Libris, '48, '49, '50; Y. W. C. A., 
'47, '48, '49. 'SO. 

Elizabeth .Anne Collins. B. S. in Education. Transfer 
from Milligan College. '48. .Aljiha Sigma Tau. '48. 
'49, '50; Stratford Dramatic Club, '50; Business Club, 
'48. '49, '50; Ex Libris, '49, '50. 

Margaret .Ann Conipher. B. -A. in Education. Trans- 
fer from Shenandoah College. El Club Espanol, '48. 
'49, '50, Mce-President. '50; A'. \\\ C. A., '48, '49. 

Martha Dotte Coyev. B. S. in Education. International 
Relations Club, '48, '49; Ex Libris, '49; Wesley Foun- 
dation. '47, '48; Y. W. C. A.. '47. '48, '49, '50. 

Ruby Elizabeth Craddock. B. S. Zeta Tau .Alpha, '50; 
Frances Sale Club, '47, '48, '49. '50; Ex Libris. '49, 
'50; President of Christian Endeayor, '47, '48, '49. '.50; 
V. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49. '50. _ 

Toanne Craig. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma, '48. '49, '50, Sentinel. '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '50; 
Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, '50. Business Manager, '.50; 
Glee Club, '48, '49. '50: Choral Club. '47; Frances Sale 
Club. '47, '48, '49, '50; Baptist Student Union, '47, '48, 
'49, '50; Social Conimittee. '49: Editor of Student 
Handbook. '50; Entertainment Committee, '48, '49, '50; 
Vice-President of Senior Hall, '49; Senior Counselor, 
'50; Mad.Mina, 'SO. 

loyce Cramer. B. A. Sigma Sigma Sigma, '48. '49, 
'50; Sigma Phi Lambda,^ '47, '48; Scribblers, '48. '49, 
'50, President, '50; Art Club, '47; Le Cercle Fran- 



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cais, '47, '48, '49, '50; Associate Eililor of Madison 
Quarterly, '49; Brccac Staff, '47; Schooi,ma'am^ Art 
Staff, '47, '48, Feature Editor, '48, Copy Editor, '50; 
Sophomore Class Reporter, '48; II ho's M'ho In Amer- 
ican C oUcgcs and i nk'crsitics. 

Joe Uaciek. B. S. Sigma Delta Kliu, '48, '49, '50, Ser- 
geant-at-arms, '50; Stratford ilramatic Clul), '48, '49, 
50, \'ice-Presideiit, '50; Newman Club, '48, '49, '50; 
Y. M. C. A.. '50, 

W ailes Darby. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma 
Sigma, '49, '50; Kappa Delta I'i, '49, '50. Recording 
Secretary, '50; Sigma Pbi Lambda, '47, '48; .Associa- 
tion of Cbiltlhoo<l Edutatoin, '47, '48, '49, '50, Secre- 
triry, '49; Westminster Fellowship, '47, '48, '49, '50, 
Treasurer, '50; Honor Council, '50; Y. \\ . C. A., '47, 
'48, '49, '50, Cabinet, '50. 

Patricia Elizabelh Daughertv. B. S. .Aljiha Sigma 
Tau,'48, '49, '50; Frances' Sale Club, '47, '48, '49, 
'50; Canterbury Club, '48, '49, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47. 
'48, '49, '50. 

Jean G. Davis. B. S. Zcta Tau Alpha, 49, '50, Presi- 
dent, '50; Panhellenic Council, '50; Curie Science 
Club. '50: Clara Barton Club, '47; Y. W. C. A., '47, 
'48, '49, 'SO. 

Mary Eleanor Davis. B. A. Transfer from Shenan- 
doah College. El Club Espanol, '49, '50. Secretary, 
'50. 

M. Jane Dav. B. S. Transfer from \\ eslev Turior Col- 
lege. Dover, Delaware, '49. G'ee Club. '49, '50; 
Frances Sale Club, '49, '50; Ex Libris, '49. '50; Y. 
W". C. A., '49, '50. 



Byard Sanford Dei)Uly. I 
Madison Dukes, '50; Y. 



!. .S. Curie Science ('\u\i. '50; 
M. C. A.. '50. 



Fredcricka Wil'is De\ ier. B. S. in Education. Sigma 
Sigma Sisfma. '48. '49. '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '49. '50; 
Pi Omega Pi, '48, '49, '50; Orchestra. '47, '48, '49. 
'.50, Concert ^lislress, '48, '49. '50; Business ( lub. 
•47, '48, '49. '50; Aerdian Club, '47, '48, '49. 

Sarah Jane Dill. B. S. Pi Kappa Sigma. '49. '5fl, Re- 
porter. '50; Frances Sale Club. '47. '48, '49, '50; 
ScHooLM.\'.\M Staff, '49. 

Virginia E. Di.xon. B. M. .Alpha Sigma Alpha, '49, '50; 
German Club, '47. '48, '49, '.50: Aeolian Club./47,^'48, 
'49, '50. Secretary-Treasurer, '49, President, '50: Gen- 
eral Chorus. '47: W'eslev Foundation Council, '50; Y. 
W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 



Diana Dobbs. B. .-\. in Education, 
silon. '48. '49. '.50: Orchestra, '47, 
Students .Association, '47. '48. '49; 
'48. '49. '50; Junior Marshal. '49. 



Theta Sigma Up- 
'48, '49; Lutheran 
Y. W. C. A., '47 



Lorraine Dorrington. B. .^. .Sicm.i Sienia Sigma. '48, 
'49. '50; Curie Science Club. '49. '50; Lc Cercle Fran- 
cais. '47. '48; Westminster Felb-wshin. '47, '48. '49. '.50; 
Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; Junior Marshal, '49. 

Mary Claire Dougherty. B. S. in Fdncation Transfer 
from Marion College. '49. Sigma Sigma Sig^a. '4''. 
'50; Cotillion Club. '49, '50; Extramural Hockey, '49. 

Nancv E. Doughton. B. .S. in Education. Frances .Sale 
Club, '48. '49, '50: Bautist Student Union. '49. '50, 
Greater Council, '49, Exe-'utive Council, '50 ; Senior 
Counselor, '50. 

Tacriueline Virginia Dovel. R. S. Sifma Sigma .'>i""''a, 
'49, '50; German Club, '48, '49, '50; Sesame Club 



'48, '49, '50; Lurie Science Club, '50; Wesley Founda- 
tion, '48, '49, '50; Y. W . C. A., '48, '49, '50. 

Laura Dunna\ant. B. M, .Alpha Sigma Alpha, '48, '49, 
'50; German Club, '48, '49, .50; Orchestra, '48, '49, 50, 
Secretary-Treasurer, '49, \'ice-President, '50; Band, 
'48, '49, '.SO; Lost Chords, '49. '50. Vice-President, '50; 
Baptist Student Union, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; ^■. W C A 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Marjorie Dunthorne. B. S. in lulucation. Pi Omega 
I'i, '48, '49, 'SO; Canterbury Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Tri-College Fellow^ship, '47, '48, '49, '50. Secretary- 
Treasurer, 'SO; Y. W. C. A.. '47. '48. '49. 'SO. 

.Marjorie .Anne D\er. B. S. .AI]ilia Sigma .Alpha. '48, 
'49, '.SO; German Club, '47, '48. '49. '50. \'icc-President. 
'49; Mercury Club, '47, '48. '49, '50. Treasurer. 'SO; 
Modern Dance Club. '48. '49, 'SO; Recreation Council. 
\'ice-President. '50. 

Lois Early. B. S. Al]iha Sigma Alpha, '48, '49. 'SO. 
Secrelarv, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, '.SO; Mercury Clnb, 
•47, '48, '49, 'SO; Modern Dance Club, '48, '49, '50; 
Porpoise Club, '47, '48. '49, '.SO, Secretary, '49; Arch- 
ery Club. '47. '48, '49. '50. President, '49; Sesame Club, 
'47. '48. '49, 'SO, Treasurer, '48, Sergeant-at-arms, '50; 
Atblr'ic .Association. '48. '49. 'SO. Treasurer. '50; \'ar- 
sity Basketball, '48, '49. '50. 

A'irginia Dare Eason. B. .S. in Education. .Alnl'a 
'^i'rr-a Alpha. '48. '49, 'SO; Glee Club, '47. '48. 'JO. '^0 
Choral Club. '47: Frances Sale Club. '47. '48. '49, •SO, 
Ba;itist Student Union Council, '47. '48. '49, '.50. 

Tune Eaton. B. A. in I^ducalion. Le Cercle Fra'"cais, 
'47, '48, '49, Historian, '48, Treasurer, '49; Ex Libri,, 
'49. 

I'.^i'.ll L. Eavev. B. S. Sigma Delta Rbo, 'SO; Mcn'> 
Chorus, '49. ',^0. 

Lew Ann Echard. B. S. Sesame Club, '47, '48. '49. 'SO. 
Sergeant-at-arms. '49. 

M. Lorraine Foster B. .S. in Education .Sicrmn Sir'm-i 
Sigma. '48. '49, '.50, Cotillion Club, '47, '48. '-19. '.50: 
Porroise Club, '48. '49, '.50: Xcwman Club. '47. '48. 
'49. '.^0: Assistant Photogranher of Brec~c, '-t8: Intra- 
"Mir-d .Snorts, '-18. '50; Proctor. '48; Senior Class Ser- 
.geant-at-arms. 'SO. 

Kathleen Funkhouser. B. .A. Transfer from Bridpe- 
i>-nter Cobege. '49. Theta Sicma UpsiHn. '49. '.'iO : 
Stratford D'-amatic Club. '49. '50. Spcetarv. '50; Art 
Club. '49. 'SO; ScHooi.M.\'.\.\i, .Art Editor, 'SO. 

Ne'lie Eli^nbeth Fimkhouscr. B. S. in I->hication. Fx 
Libris. '49. 'SO. Treasurer, 'SO. 

Xo-nia lean Gait'-'cr. B. .A. in b'ducaiinn. M'lh'i Sicrm:i 
Tau, '48. '49. '.50; Kappa Del'a Pi. '49. '.SO- Ge-man 
Cnh '47 '.!,«. 'JQ. '.;0- Fl (I'd. Fsnanol. '.50: West- 
min.ster Fellowsbii.. '47. 4'8. '49, '.iO; Brcc-c. '47, '48; 
V. W . C. A.. '47. '48, '49, 'SO. 

Joseiib F. Gambill. B. S. Men's Chorus. '49, '.50. 

Kentnn Filler Gambill. B. S. Sigma Delta Rho. '48, 
'JO. 'SO, Secretary, 'SO; Men's Chorus, '49; .Art Club, 
'47. 



Marie lackson Gilbert. B. S. in Education. Alpha 
Sigma Alpha, '48. '49. '.50; German Club. '47. '48. '49. 
'50. Serretary. 'SO; Business Club. '48, '49, 'SO; House 
Council, '50. 



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Charlotte Gill. D. S. Scril.lilers, '49, "M. 

Marv Marshall Gilmore. B. S. in Education. Alpha 
Sigma Tau, '48, '49. '50; Business Club, '47, '48, 49, 
'50; Baptist Student Union, '47. '4X. '49, '50; Y. W. C 
A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

V'irginia Lee Grant. B. S. in Hducatinn. Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, '50, \'ice-President, '50; Glee Cluh, '49; 
.Association of C hildhood Education, '48; Y. W. C .-X. 
'47, '48, '49, '50. 

Patricia tiritlith. B. A. m lulucatiim. Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, '50, Keiiorter, 
'50; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; Aljjha Kho Delia, 
'48, '49, '50, Secretary, '49, President, '50; El Clui. 
Espanol. '49, '50, Treasurer, '49; Westminster Fellow- 
ship, '47, '48, '49, '50; Brcc:r, '48; Y. W. C. A., '47, 
'48, '49, '50. 

Betty Aim Grim. B. S. Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; 
International Relations Club, '47; Clara Barton t'lub, 
'47; Y. W. C. A., '47. 

Nancy Lynn Hamilton. B. A. in Education. Theta 
Sigma L'psilon, '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, '50; Sigma 
Phi Lambda, '47, '48; El Club Espanol, '49; E.x Libris, 
'49, '50, Treasurer, '49, President, '50; Wesley Foun- 
dation, '47, '48, '49, '50; Y. W. C. A.. '47, '48,' '49, '50. 

-Anne Lee Harmon. B. S. Kappa 1 )elta Pi. '49, 

'50; .Association of Childhood Education, '47, '48, '49, 

'50; Westminster Fellowship, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Y. W . 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Ruth Loraine Harris. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma, '49, '50; .'\ssociation of Childhood Educa- 
cation, '49, '50; Weslev Foundation, '47, '48; Brecce, 
■48 ; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Mildred Carter Harrison. B. A. Sigma Sigma Si.gma, 
'48, '49, '50, I orres]ionding Secretary, '50; German 
Club, '47, '48, '49, '50, President, '50; 'Glee Club, '47: 
International Relations Clubj_'49, '50; .Alpha Rho Del- 
ta, '47, '48, '49, '50, Sergeant-at-arms, '50; Canter- 
bury Club, '49, '.50; Tri-College Fellowship, '49, '50. 
President, '50; Student Council, '47, '48; PrcsidenI, 
Johnston Dormitory, '48; Monitor, '49. 

Helen Ruth Harshbarger. B. S. in Education. .Alpha 
Si.ema Alpha, '48, '49, '50; Kai)pa Delta Pi, '49, •.'*!; 
German Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Scribblers, '48, '49, '.50; 
Frances Sale Club, '48, '49, '50; A". W. C. A., '47, '48, 
'49. '50. 

.Audrey Hawkins. B. S. Theta Sigma Upsilon, '49, '50, 
\"ice-President, '50; International Relations Club, '48: 
Business Club, '48, '49, '50; .Assistant Editor of 
Student Handbook, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Marion loyce Haydon. B. S. in Education. Kappa 
Delta Pi; '49, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda. '47, '48; Pi 
Omega Pi, '48, '49, '.50; Business Club, '49, '.50. 



i)hn P. Heatwole 
M. C. A. '50. 



B. S. Curie Science Club, 



Norma Heiber. B. S. Transfer from Framingham 
State Teachers College, Massachusetts, '48. Zeta T:ni 
.Alpha, '49, '50: International Relations Cluli, '48, '49, 
'50, Secretary, '49, Treasurer, '50; Frances Sale Club, 
'49, '50; Canterbury Club, '48, '49, '.50; Y. W. C. A., 
'48, '49. 

Dorothy .Ann Herbert. B. S. in Education. Si.enn 
Sigma Sigma. '48, '49, '50. Keener of Grades. '.50 : 
Kappa Delta Pi, '50: Cotillion Club. '47, '48. '49. '50. 
Reporter. '50; Art Club, '48, "49, '50. A'ice-President. 
'48, President, '.50; Social Committee, '49, '.50; Y, W, 



C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50 ; Usher, '47, '48, '49, '50 ; Senior 
Counselor, '50; Junior Class Secretary, '49. 

■Aniie Roane Hill. B. S. in Education. Transfer from 
F^airfax Hall Junior Codcge, '48. Pi Napi):i Sigma, 
'49, '50, Recorder of Points, '50; Cotillion Club, '48 
'49, '50; Y. W. C. A., '48, '49, '50; House President 
'50. 

Joseph C. Hill, Jr. B. S. Sigma Delta Rho, '50. 

I.ibliy -A. Hite. B. S. in Education. German Club, '47 
'48, '49, '50; Mercury Club '47, '48, '49; Y. W. C A 
'47. '48, '49, '50. 

Eleanor Marree Hogan. B. S. in Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilion, '49, '50; German Club, '48, '49, '50; 
General Chorus, '47; E.x Libris, '48, '49, Secretary, 
'49; Intramural basketball, '47, '48. 

Mary Elizabeth Hooker. B. S. Transfer from Bridge- 
vyater College, '49. Frances Sale Cluli, '49, '50; Busi- 
ness Club, '50; Y. W. C. A., '49, '50. 

Fae Hooyer. B. S. German Club, '47, '48; Business 
Club, '47, '48, '50; Lutheran Students .Association, '47, 
'48, '49, '50, Secretary, '50; Y. W. L\ A., '47, '49, '50. 

Raymond \\'. Horn. E. S. Sigma Delta Rho, '49, '50, 
X'ice-President, '50; Pi Omega Pi, '48, '49; Men's 
Chorus, '48, '49; Stratford .Associate, '48; Men's Stu- 
dent Organization, Treasurer, '49, X'ice-President, '50; 
Madison Dukes, Treasurer, '49, Business Manager, 
'50; Y. M. C. A., '50. 

Georgia Winifred HosTcinson. B. S. in Education. Theta 
Sigma Upsilion, '48, '49, '50, Vice-President, '49; Pan- 
hellenic Council, '48, '49, '50; German Club, '47, '48, 
'49, '.50; Association of Childhood Education. '47, '48, 
'49. '50; Ex Libris, '49, '50; Social Conunittee, '49; 
.Student-Faculty Committee, '49; Nominating Conyen- 
tion, '49; Student Goyernment Association, Vice-Pre- 
sident, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; Freshman 
Class Sergeant-at-arms, '47; Junior Class Treasurer, 
'49. 

Elizabeth Louise Hostetter. B. A. Aeolian Club, '50. 

Mary Elizabeth Hurdle. B. S. Pi Kappa Sigma, '48, 
'49, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; German Club, 
'47, '48, '49, '50, Business Manager, '50; Frances Sale 
Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Porpoi.se Club, 'AS, '49; Stand- 
ards Committee, '49, '50, Chairman, '50; Schikii.ma'.-wi 
Staff, '49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; Nominating 
Conyention, '48; Senior Class Vice-President, '50; 
Jl'lw's Who in American Colleges and Universities. 

Mary Elizabeth Tamerson. B. M. .Alpha Sigma Tau, 
'48, '49, '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, '50; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '47, '48; Glee Club, '47, '48, '49, '50, Libra- 
rian, '49, President, ;50; Diapason Club, '47, '48, '49, 
'50, Secretary, '48, X'ice-President, '49; Wesley Foun- 
dation, '47, '48, '49, '50, Council, '49, '50; Standards 
Committee, '47; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50, Cabinet, 
'48, '49, Vice-President, '50. 

lohn Jenkins, Jr. B. S. in Education. Sigma Delta 
Rho, '50; Alen's Chorus, '49, '50; International Rela- 
tions Club, '50; Y. M. C. A., '50. 

Sue Estelle Jennings. B. A. Zeta Tau Alpha, '49, '50, 
.Assistant Rush Chairman, '.50; .Alpha Rho Delta, '49, 
'50, Reporter, '49, Secretary, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, 
'48, '49, '50. 

Mattie Tanette lelt. B. S. in Education. .Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, ''50; German Club, '49, '50; Westminster 



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Fellowship, '47, '48, '49, '50; Standards Committee, 
'49; Honor Council, '49, 'SO; Y. \V. C. A., '47, '48, 
'49, '50; Junior Marshal, '49; Honor Council (_ h:iir- 
man, '50; Who's Who in Jiiu-riian Collci/cs and 
L'liivcrsitics. 

Jean E. Josejih. li. S. Theta Sigma Upsilon, '48, '49, 
'50; Sesame Club, '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Geneva Frances Karnes. B. S. in Education. Wesley 
Foundation, '47, '48, '49, '50, Vice-President, '50; Y. 
W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Margaret Susan Kaylor. B. S. in Education. Transfer 
from Mary Washington. I'i Kappa Sigma, '48, '49, 
'50, Corresponding Editor, '50; Kap]>a Delta Pi, '4^ 
'50; Pi Omega Pi, '49, '50; Cotillion Club, '48, '49, '50; 
Athletic Association Business Manager, '50. 

Clara Bowman Keller. B. S. in Education. 

B. Carrol Kennette. B. S. Transfer from Maryville 
College, '49. Alpha Sigma Alpha, '49, 'SO; Kappa 
Delta Pi, '49, '50; German Club, '49, 'SO; Stratford 
Dramatic Club, '49, '50; E.x Libris, Vice-President, 
'49, Reporter, '50; Canterbury Club, '49, '50; Standards 
Committee, '49 ; Student-F'aculity Committee, '49 ; 
Student Government Association, Secretary-Treasur- 
er, '50. 

Louise Fletcher King. 1!. S. in lulucation. Zeta Tau 
Al])ha, '49, '50; Association of Childhood Education, 
'47, '48, '49, '50, Vice-President, 'SO; Dollv Madison 
Garden Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Canterbury Club, '48, 
'49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, "49, '50. 

Alice May Kivlan. B. S. in Education. Frances Sale 
Club, '50; Canterbury Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Y. W. 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Shirley Marie Kodrich. B. S. Zeta Tau Alpha, '50; 
Mathematics Club, '49, '50, President, 'SO ; Business 
Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; International Relations Club, 
'48, '49, Reporter, '49; Newman Club, '47, '48, '49, '50, 
Vice-President, '48, President, '49, '50; Y. W. C. A., 
'47, '48. 

Homer W. Landes. B. A. 

Geraldine Landman. E. S. Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, 
'48; Art Club, '48, '49, 'SO; Newman Club, '49, 'SO; 
Intramural Athletics, '47, '48, '49; Y. W. C. A.. '47, 
'48. 

Henrietta Lanier. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma 
Sigma, '48, '49, 'SO; German Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Student-Faculty Committee, '48; Porpoise Club, '47, 
'48, '49, 'SO, Reporter, '48; Tennis Club, '47, '48, '49, 
'50, Vice-President, '48; Tennis Championship, '47; 
Extramural Hockey, '47, '48, '49; Hockey Sports 
Leader, '48; \'irginia II Hockey Team, '49; E.xtra- 

■ mural Basketball, '48, '49, '50; Athletic Association 
Council, '47, '48, '49, '50, Athletic Association, \'ice- 
President, 'SO, 

Marjorie Ann Lehman. B. M. Orchestra, '48, '49, '50; 
Band, '48, '49, '50; Lost Chords, '47; Y. W. C. A., 
'48, '49, 'SO. 

Anna Katherine Lewis. B. S. in Education. Mercury 
Club, '47, '48, '49, '.SO; A. A. Council, 'SO; Varsity 
Hockey, '47, '48, '49; Badminton Sports Leader, 'SO; 
Y W C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Dormitorv Fire Chief, 
'49. 

Dorothv Lewis. B. S. in Education. Theta Sigma 
Llpsilon, '49, 'SO; International Relations Club, '48; 
Tennis Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Reiiorter, '50; House 
President, '.50. 



Anne Looney. B. S. in Education. Zeta Tau Alpha 
'SO; Business Club, '47, '-18, '49, 'SO; Canterbury Club' 
'47, '48; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49. 

Joyce Lumsden. B. A. in Education. .Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, '50, Corresponding Secretary, 'SO; Kappa 
Delta Pi, '49, 'SO, Vice-President, 'SO; Sigma Phi 
Lambda, '47, '48; Le Cercle Francais, '47, '48, '49- 
Y. W, C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

.Marjorie Maguire. B. S. in Edu-cation, Association of 
Childhood Education, '49, 'SO; Breeze, '49. 

Sallie Bell Alapii. B. A. Transfer from Virginia In- 
termont College, '48. Granddaughters' Club, '48, '49, 
'50; Y. W. C. A., '48, '49, '50; House Council. '49. 

Phyllis Moore McKennev. B. S. Sesame Cluli, '47, '48, 
'49, '50; Intramural Basketball, '47, '48, '49. 

Virginia McNulty. B. S. in Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma, '49, '50, Corresponding Secretary, 'SO ; Kappa 
Delta Pi, '49, 'SO; Pi Omega Pi, '49, 'SO, Secretary, 
'SO; Cotillion Club, '50; Business Club, '49, 'SO; New- 
man Club, '49, '.SO. 

Mary Upshur Mears. B, S. in Education. .Alpha Sig- 
ma Alpha, '49, 'SO; Sigma Phi Lambda, '48, '49; 
Kappa Delta Pi, '49, 'SO; Pi Omega Pi. '49, 'SO. Presi- 
dent, 'SO; German Club, '48, '49, 'SO; Business Club, 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO; Varsitv Basketball. '48; Intramural 
Basketl)all, '48, '49, '50. 

Mary Jane Menefee. B. S. in E.ducation. Transfer 
from Catawba College, '49. Zeta Tau Aljjha, '49, '50, 
Publicity Chairman, 'SO; Association of Childliood 
Education, '49, 'SO; Sesame Club, '49, 'SO. 

Eloise Miller. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma Sigma, 
'48, '49, 'SO, Vice-President, 'SO; Mathematics Club, 
'49, 'SO, Reporter, '49; Mercury e lub, '47; Westmin- 
ster Fellowshi]., '47, '48, '49, '50. President, '49; Y. W. 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SD, Treasurer, '50. 

Leona Crider Miller. B. S. German Club, '45; Y. W 
C. A., '45, 'SO. 

Arleta Mitchell. B. S. Frances Sale Club, '.SO; Dolly 
Madison Garden Club; Lutheran Students Associa- 
tion, '48, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A. 

lane tones Mohler. B. M. .Aljiha Sigma Tau. '48, '+9, 
'SO;" Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; Kappa Delta Pi, 
'SO; Orchestra, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Librarian, '49, Presi- 
dent, 'SO; Band. '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Aeolian Club, '47, 
'48, '49, 'SO; Granddaughters' Club, -47. '48; Y. W. 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

lane Mct^'orkle .Moore. B. S. Pi Kappa Sigma, '49, 
'SO; Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, '30; Student Gov- 
ernment Association President, Summer Session, '49; 
Student-Faculty Committee, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, 
'48, '49, '50; Head Senior Counselor, 'SO. 

Margaret Alice Moore. B. S. Business Club, '47. '48, 
'49, '50; International Relations Club, '48, '49; El 
Club Espanol. '49, 'SO, Vice-President, '49; ScHOor.- 
m..\'am Staff, Chief Typist, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '4S, 
'49, 'SO. 

Margaret Ann Moore. B. S. in Education. Zeta Tau 
Alpha, '49, 'SO; Art Club, '49, '50, Vice-President, 'SO; 
Ex Libris, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '49, 'SO. 

Katherine Moorefield. B. A. Zeta Tau Alpha, '49, '50; 
Stratford Dramatic Club, '49, '50; El Club Espanol, 
'49, 'SO; Wesley Foumlation, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Council, 



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'48, '49, 'SO; Y. \V. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; lunior 
Marshal, '49. ' ^^i 

Elsie Alac MDrri;;. B. S. in Educalion. Sigma I'lii 
Lamlida, '47, '48; Kapj.a J )clta Pi, '49, 'SU; Scril)l)lers, 
'48, '49, '50; .Mathematics Chib, '49, '50; Y. \V. C. A., 
'47, '48, '49, '50. 

Nancy Walker Alorrison. B. S. in Education. Alpha 
Sigma Tau, '49, '50, Program Chairman, '50 ; Kappa 
Delta Pi, '50; Association of Childhood Education, 
'47, '48, '49; Granddaughters' Club, '47, '48, '49, '50, 
Treasurer, '50; Westminster Fellowship, '47, '48; Y. 
W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Tuanelle Mottern. B. S. in Education. Pi Kappa Sig- 
ma, '48, '49, '50; Panhellenic Council, '49, '50, Chair- 
tnan, '50; Kappa Delta Pi, '50; Cotillion Club, '47, 
'48, '49, '50, Secretary, '50; :\Iodern Dance Club, '48, 
'49, '50, Secretary-Treasurer, '48 ; \'arsity Hockey, '47, 
'48, '49; Association of Childhood Education, '47, '48, 
'49; Canterbury Club, '47, '48, '49; Y. W. C. A,, '47, 
'48, '49, '50. 

Joyce Aloyers. B. S. in Education. Kappa Delta Pi, 
'50; Ex Libris, '49, '50, Vice-President, '50; Y. W. C. 
A., '50. 

Irene ilunson. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma, '48, '49, '50, Chapter Editor, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, 
'49, 'SO; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48, Reporter, '48; 
German Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Reporter, '50; Scrib- 
blers, '48, '49, 'SO; Wesley Foundation, '47, '48, Cab- 
inet, '48; Student Government Council. Recorder of 
Points, 'SO; Bree:e, '47, '48, '49, '50, Desk Editor. '47, 
Make-up Editor, '48, Copy Editor, '48, News Editor, 
'49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Cabinet, '48, '49, 'SO; 
Nominating Convention, '47 ; Junior Class Reporter, 
'49; Who's Who in Anicrican Colleges and Universi- 
ties. 

Ann R. Neff. B. S. Transfer from Marion College, '49. 
Zeta Tau Alpha, '49, '50; Frances Sale Club, '49, 'SO, 
President, '50; Lutheran Students Association, '49, 
'50. , !i,^ 

Patricia Ann Newton. B. S. in Education. Pi Omega 
Pi, '49, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, '50; Business Club, '48, 
'49, "SO; El Club Espanol, '49, 'SO, President, '49; 
Westminster Fellowship, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Editor of 
"Gleam", 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '49, '50. 

William Rogers Obaugh. B. A. Men's Chorus, '49; 
Alpha Rho Delta, '49, 'SO. 

Nelwyn O'Brian. B. A. in Education. Transfer from 
Longwood College. German Club, '49, 'SO ; Ex Libris. 
'49, ''SO, President, '49; Modern Dance Club, '49, 'SO, 
President, 'SO; Standards Committee, '49, 'SO; A. A. 
Council, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '49, '50. 

Frank Olenchak. B. M. Sigma Delta Rho, 'SO; Men's 
Chorus, '49; Band, '48, '49; Madison Dukes, '48, '49. 

Patricia Ingram Olenchak. B. A. Alpha Sigma Alpha, 
'48, '49, '50, Editor, '49; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, 'SO; 
German Club, "47, '48, '49, 'SO; Scribblers, '48, '49, 
Treasurer, '49; Breeze, '47, '48; Schoolma'.\m, Fea- 
ture Editor, '49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '49; hmior Mar- 
shal, '49. 

Jean Parker. B. S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, '-18, '49, 'SO; 
Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, President, '50; Y. W. 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50, Cabinet, 'SO; Freshman Com- 
mission President, '47; Vice-President of Sheldon 
Dormitory, '47; President of Johnston Dormitor_\-, 
'48 ; Sophomore Class President, '48 ; Junior Class 
Vice-President, '49; Junior Class President, '49; Sen- 



ior Class Secretary, '50; .Miss Madison, '50; 
ll'ho in American Colleges and Unnersities. ' 



Whos 



Nancy RiUli I'enn. B. S. Pi Ka])pa Sigma, '48, '49, '50 ■ 
Cotillion Club, '47, 48, '49, 'jO ; Granddaughters' Club', 
'47, '48; Modern Dance elub Pianist, '47, '48; Stand- 
ards Committee, '47, '48, '49; Student-Faculty Com- 
mittee, '48, '49; Student Council, '48, '49; Impanel- 
ing Board, '47; Nominating Convention, '49; Y. W. 
C. A., '47, '-18, '49, 'SO; Freshman Commission Vice- 
President, '47; Dormitory President, '47; Student 
Government Association President, '50; Who's Who 
in American Colleges and Universities. 

Florence joyner Pcrkinson. B. S. Theta Sigma Upsil- 
on, '48, '49, 'SO, Assistant Editor, '49, President, '50; 
Pi Omega Pi, '49, '50; Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; 
Business Club, '49, 'SO; Wesley Foundation, '47, '48, 
'49; Student Council, '49; Y. W. C. A. Cabinet, 't7, 
'48, '49, 'SO; Head Junior Marshal, '49; iUhu's Who in 
American Colleges and Universities. 

Lucy Ellen Peterson. B. S. Pi Kappa Sigma, '48, '49, 
'SO, Recording Secretary, 'SO; Cotillion Club, '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO; Clara Barton Club, '47; Modern Dance Club, 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO; Porpoise Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Curie 
Science Club, 'SO; Social Committee, '47, '48, '49, '50, 
Treasurer, '49, Chairman, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO; Recreation Committee, Secretary, 'SO. 

Ruth Elizabeth Phillips. B. S. in Education. Wesley 
Foundation, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, 
'50. 

.Shirley I'ickrel. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma Sig- 
ma, '48, '49, 'SO;' Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; 
Alercury Club, "47, '48, '49, 'SO; A. A. Council, 'SO; 
Varsity Basketball, '48, '49, 'SO; Volleyball Sports 
Leader, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47; House Vice-President, 
'50. 

.Ann Redding Powell. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma, '49, '50, Social Service Chairman, 'SO ; 
Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Association of Child- 
hood Education, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, President, '49, Pro- 
gram Chairman, '50 ; Ex Libris, '49, 'SO, Reporter, 
'SO; Westminster Fellowship, '47, '48, '49, '50; Y. W. 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Alarv Elizabeth Powell. B. S. in Education. Mercury 
Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO: Racquet Club, 'SO; Extramural 
Hockey, '49, '50; Dormitory Sports Leader, 'SO; Y. 
W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Elizabeth Brown Preston. P.. AI. Sigma Sigma Sigma, 
'SO; Glee Club, '49, '50; Diapason Club, '49, 'SO; Y. 
W. C. A., '48, '49, '50. 

lean Elizabeth Pugh. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma, '49, '50; Cotillion t lub, '48, '49, 'SO, Treas- 
urer, '50; Curie Science Club, '49, 'SO, Treasurer, 'SO; 
Clara Barton Club, '47 ; .Student-Faculty Committee, 
'48, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; Senior Class 
Business Alanager, 'SO. 

Alarv Alargaret Purcell. B. A. in Education. Glee Club, 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO; Sesame Club, '47, '48, '49, '50, Vice- 
President, '47, Reporter, '49; Le Cercle Francais, '47, 
'48, '49, 'SO, Treasurer, '49; Newman Club, '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO. 

Gloria Frances Purvis. B. S. 

Shirley Ann Quinn. B. S. in Education. Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, 'SO, Editor, '50; Panhellenic Council, 
'48, '49, 'SO, Recording Secretary, '50; Glee CIul), '47. 



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'48, '49, '50, Librarian, '50; Association of Childhood 
Education, '48, '49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Martha Reddout. B. S. Transfer from Rochester In- 
stitute of iechnoiogy, '4V. international Relations 
Club, '49, '50, Secretary, 'M; trances Sale Cluli, '49, 
'jO ; Westminister bellowship, '49, '50, President, '50; 
Schooi.ma'am Staff, '49; Varsity Basketball, '49, '50. 

Alelba Reid. B. S. Transfer from Coker College, S. C, 
■48. Alpha Sigma Tau, '49, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda, 
'48; Frances Sale Club, '49, 'SO; Baptist Student Un- 
ion, '48, '49, '50, Vice-President, '50; Y. W. C. A., 
'48, '49, '50, Cabinet, '49. 

Edith E. Remick. B. S. in Education. Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '49, '50; Association of Childhood Education, 
'47, '48; Modern Dance Club, '49; Canterbury Club, 
'47, '48, '49, '50, Treasurer, '49. 

June Elizabeth Rice. B. A. Zeta Tau Alpha, '50; El 
Club Espanol, '49, 'SO, Secretary, '49; Ex Libris, 'SO; 
Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Carl K. Ring. B. S. Sigma Delta Rho, '50; Band, '48; 
Y. M. C. A,, '50. 

Alma Roberts. B. S. Mathematics Club, '47; Newman 
Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Extramural Hockey, '47, '48, 
'49; Intramural Athletics, '47, '48, 

Margaret Proctor Rolston. B. S. Mathematics Club, 
'49; Y. VV. C. A., '49. 

Reba Stickley Kosonbaum. B. M. .Alpha Sigma Alpha, 
'SO; German t lub, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Band, '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO, Secretary-Treasurer, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, 
'48, '49. 

Pollyanna Ross. B. S. in Education. Aljiha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, '50, Historian, '50; Wesley Foundation 
Cabinet, '49; Y. W. C, A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Dorotbv Uowe. B. S. Alpha Sigma Tau, '48, '49, '50; 
Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; Orchestra, '47. '48, '49, 
'SO; Lost Chords, '48, '49, 'SO, Secretary-Treasurer, 
'SO; Frances Sale Club, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Student- 
Faculty Committee, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Marjoric Scott. B S. Transfer from East Tennessee 
State College, '49. Frances Sale Club, '49; Wesley 
Foundation Council, '49; Scho()LM.\'.\m Staff, '49. 

Sylvia Lenore Seibel. E_, S. Alpha Sigma Tau, '48, '49, 
'SO, Rush Chairman, '49, President, 'SO; Panhellenic 
Council, 'SO ; German Club, '48, '49, 'SO ; Frances Sale 
Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Weslev Foundation, '47, '48, 
'49; Honor Council, '49, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48. '49. 

Mary Bob Sewell. B. A. in Education. Sigma Sigma 
Sigma, '48, '49, '50; German Club, '47, '48, '49, \S0 ; 
El Club Espanol, 'SO ; Westminster Fellowship, '47, 
'48, '49, '50. 

Doris Marie Sherman. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sig- 
ma Sigma, '48, '49, 'SO ; Association of Childhood 
Education, '48, '49; Westminster Fellowshiii, '47, '48. 
'49, 'SO; Schoolma'am Staff, '49, 'SO, Organizations 
Editor, '.50. 

Mary Frances Shifle". B. A. Theta Sigma Unsilo", 
'SO; Alpha Rho Delta,'49. 'SO, Treasurer, '50; Baptist 
Student Union, '47, '48, '49, '50, Council, '49; Student 
Government Association Impaneling Board, Chair- 
man, 'SO; Hockey Team, '48; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, 
'48, '49, 'SO, 



Retha Athey Shirkey. B. S, 
'49, 'SO; Sigma Phi Lambda, 
'48, '49, '50; Modern Dance 
Club, '49; Clara Barton Club, 
'49, iO, Assistant Editor, '49, 
W, C. A., '48, '49, 'SO; Senior Counselor, 'SO; 
Who in American Cullctjcs and Ihi.-rrrsitics. 



Alpha Sigma Tau, '48, 
'47, '48 ; -Glee Club, '47, 
Club, '48; Mathematics 
'47; Schoolma'am .Staff 
Editor-in-Chief, 'SO; Y, 
iriio's 



I'cggy lean Sbomo, B. .S. in Education. Sigma .Sigma 
Sigma, '49, '50; Cotillion Club, '48, '49, 'SO; Mercury 
Club, '47, '48; Granddaughters' Club, '47, 48, '49, 'sO; 
E.x Libris, '49, 'SO; Westminster Fellowship, '47, 48, 
'49, '50; Junior Varsity Basketball, '47; Y. W . C. A., 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO ; Freshman Class President, '47 ; Soph- 
omore Class Vice-President, '48, 

Shirley Shorter. B. A. in Education. Alpha Sigma Tau, 
'48, '49, 'SO, Recording Secretary. 'SO; Kappa Delta 
Pi, '49, 'SO; El Club Espanol, '47, '48, '49, '50; Le 
Cercle Francais, '48, '49, 'SO, President, 'SO; Impanel- 
ing Board, '49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO; Dormi- 
tory Fire Chief, "49, '50. 

Nellie Louise Shumake. E. S. in Education. Thela 
Sigma L^psilon, '50; Granddaughters' Cluu, -»/, -t6; 
International Relations Club, '48; Curie Science Club, 
'49, '50; Schoolma'am Staff, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., 
'47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Anne Preston Sibert. B. S. Sigma Sigma Sigma, 48, 
'49, '50, Recording Secretary, 'SO ; Cotillion Club, '47, 
'48, '49. '.50, Vice-President, 'SO; Sesame Club, '47; 
Granddaughters' Club, '47; Freshman Class Vice- 
President, '47. 

Alda Simmons. B. S. Zeta Tau Al)]ha, '49, '50; Inter- 
national Relations Club, 'SO; Sesame Club, '49, 'SO; 
Lutheran Students Association, '47, '48, '49, 'SO ; Y. W. 
C. A., '47. 

Ruth \'. Simmons. B. S. in Education. Transfer from 
Mars Hill College, '49. Band, '49; Association of 
Childhood Education, '49, 'SO; Baptist Student Union, 
'49; Schoolma'am Staff', '49; Y. W. C. A., '49, 'SO. 

Annette Simpson. B. A. in Education. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon, '49, '50, Secretary, 'SO; German Club, '49, 
'SO; Aloha Rho Delta, '48; International Relations 
Club, '48, '49; El Club Espanol, '49; Social Commit- 
tee, 'SO; Senior Counselor, 'SO; Senior Class Rejiort- 
er, 'SO. 

Norma Fay .Siviter. B. A. in Education. Transfer from 
Averett Junior College, '49. Mathematics C lub, '49, 
'SO, Vice-President, ,50; Racquet Club, '49, '.50; Y. 
W. C. A., '49, '50. 

Barbara Jean .Slemp. B. S. in Educatic ii. Trrinsfer from 
Marion College, '49. Zeta Tau Alpha, '49, '50; Frances 
Sale Club, '49, '.50; Lutheran Students Association, 
'49, 'SO. 

lean Ann Snedegar. B. M. Alpha Sigma Tau, '48, '49, 
'SO, Chaplain, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, '49, 'SO; German 
Club, '49, '50; Glee Club, '47; Orchestra, '48, '49, '50, 
Secretary-Treasurer, 'SO; Band, '48, '49, Librarian, 
'49; Diapason Club, '48, '49, 'SO, President, 'SO; Lost 
Chords, '49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Cab- 
inet, '49, Secretary. 'SO; Senior Counselor, 'SO; W'lw's 
ir/io ill American Colleges and ['ni't'ersities. 

Patsy Jane Sours. B. A. Ali)ha Sigma Tau, '48, '49, 
'SO; Le Cercle Francais, '48; Canterbury Club, '48, 
'49; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 



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Ricluinl E. Siiaiiglor. B. A. Sigma Delta Rlio, %/ '48, 
■49, '50; Men's Chorus, '49, '50; Slratfurd Uramatic 
Cliib, '47, '48; Art Club, '47, '48; Madison Dukes, '-17, 
'48, '50 ; Soiihomore Class Sergeant-at-arms, '48. 

\\ arren L. Spitler. B. S. 

Ethel Sjiradlin. B. S. in Education. Kappa Delta Pi, 
'49, ■50; Frances Sale Clul), '47, '48, '49, '50, Treasurer, 
'50; Wesley Foundation Cabinet, '48, '49, '50; Y. \\ , 
C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; Dormitory \'ice-President, '49, 
Durniitor\- b'ireman, '49. 

Margaret -Ann Stone. B. .A. in Education. .Alpha Sigma 
Tau, '48, '49, '50; German CIuli, '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Diapason Club, '48. '19, '50. Secretary-Treasurer, '48; 
Canterbury' Club. '48, '49. 

.■\nn Louise Stout. B. S. in Education. ,\Ipha Sigma 
Tau, '49, '50; Association of Childhood Education, 
'47; Granddaughters' (. lub, '47, '48, '49, '50, I'resident, 
'49; Mercury Club, '48, '49, '50; Student Council, '50; 
Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO. 

Sarah Elizalieth Slrader. li. S. .-Mpba Sigma Tau, '49, 
'50, Treasurer, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; Pi 
Omega Pi, '48, '49, '50; Scribblers, '48. '49, '50; Or- 
chestra, '47, '48, '49, '50, Vice-President, '49. Reporter, 
'50; Business Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Schoolm.\'.\.\i 
StaiT, Junior Class Editor, '49, Business Manager. 'SO; 
L'sher. '49; Who's Ji'lw in American Colleges and 
I'nizersities. 

.Ann Harlin Sullivan. B. S. in Education. Sigma Sigma 
Sigma, '48, '49, 'SO; Cotillion Clul), '48, '49, '50; Glee 
Club, '48, '49; Frances Sale Club. '49. '50; Sesame 
Club, '47, '48; Junior Marshal, '49. 

Nadine Swinson. B. S. Zeta Tau Alpha, 'SO; Stratford 
Dramatic Cluli, '50; Frances Sale Club, '47, '48, '49. 
'SO. Program Chairman. '.50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, 
'49, 'SO. 

Martha Thomas. B. .A. in Education. Sigma .Sigma 
Sigma, '48, '49, '50; Sigma Phi Lambda. '47, '48; 
Kapi)a Delta Pi, '49, '50; German Club, '47, '48, 49. 
'50; Le Cerclc Francais, '48, '49; International Rela- 
tions Club, '48, '49; Scribblers, '49, 'SO; Honor Coun- 
cil, '49; Bree:e, 'A7, '48; Y. W. C. A., Cabinet, '47, 
'48, '49, 'SO; Freshman Commission Secretary, '47; 
Y. W. C. A. President, '50. Who's Who in American 
Colleges and Cni-rersilies. 



Elsie Carson Thronhill. B. S. in Educatic 



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Sigma Sigma, '48, '49, 'SO, President, 'SO; Panhellenic 
Council, '50; Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; West- 
minster Fellowship, '50; Student Government Coun- 
cil, '49, 'SO; Honor Council, '48; Y. W. C. A., '47, 
'48, '49, '50; Entertainment Committee, '48, '49, '50. 

Natalie Tovvne. B. S. in Education. Transfer fro'i 
Maine Slate Teachers College. '49. Kappa Delta Pi, 
'49, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '49, 'SO. 

Catherine Childs Travers. B. S. in Education. .Alpha 
Sigma Tau, '49, '.50; Afercury Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Porpoise Club, '48, '49. 'SO; Stratford Dramatic Club, 
'49, '50; Wesley Foundation, '47, '48, '49, 'SO, Council, 
'49. Recording Secretary, '50 ; Student Government 
Secretary, summer. '19; ScHooi.M.x'.wt St:(ff, '49, '50. 
.Athletics Editor. 'SO; Hockey Team, '49, 'SO; Recrea- 
tion Coimcil, 'SO. 

Evelyn Tackson Tubbs. B. A. in Education. Pi Kap(ia 
Sigma, '49, 'SO; Kappa Delta Pi, 'SO; Le Cercle Fran- 
cais. '49. '50; I'nited World Federalists, Chapter 



Chairman, '49; Student Council, summer, '49; Breeze 
'49, '50, Editor-in-Chief, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '49, '50; 
Who's Who VI American Colleges and I'ni-t'crsities. 

Xancy Jane Turner. V>. S. in Education. 

Anne Horn X'ance. B. ,A. .Sigma Phi Lambda, '47; 
Kappa Delta Pi, '50; Sesame Lluh, '48, '49, 'SO; In- 
ternational Relations (lub, 'SO; E.\ Libris, 'SO; Y. V\'. 
C. A., '47, '48. 

Ruth lovce V'aughan. P.. !>. Pi Kappa Sigma, '49, 'SO; 
Cotillion Club, '47, '48, '44, '5(1. 



Frances Irene \'iar. B. S. in Education. 
Childhood Education, '49, '50. 



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Ellen Fielder Waters. B. .A. in Education. Zeta Tau 
Al])ha, '49, '50, Secretary, 'SO; International Relations 
Club, '48, '49, 'SO, A'ice-President, '.50; Le Cercle 
Francais, "49, '50; Canterbury Club, '49,' SO, A'ice- 
President, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50. 

Fern Elizabeth Waters. B. S. in Education. .Alpha 
Sigma Tau, '49, 'SO; Sigma Phi Lambda, '47, '48; 
Kappa Delta Pi, '49, 'SO; German Club, '47, '48, '49; 
Le Cercle Francais, '48; Mercury Club, '47, '48, '49, 
'50, Reporter, '.SO; Social Committee, '49; Cheerleader, 
'47; Dormilorv President, '47, '49; Senior Counselor, 
'SO; Senior Class President, 'SO; Who's Who in 
American Colleges and Uni'i'ersitles. 

Phyllis E. Weaver. B. S. Pi Kappa Sigma, '48, '49, 'SO, 
Keeper of Archives, '49, 'SO; German Club, '48, '49, 
'SO; Clara Barton Club, '47; Curie Science Club, '50; 
Lutheran Students' Association, '47, '48; Standards 
Committee, '48, '49, '.50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, '50; 
Junior Marshal, '49. 

A'irginia Louise Wells. B. S. in Education. Pi Kappa 
Sigma, '48, '49, '.50, President, '50 ; Panhellenic Coun- 
cil, '50; German Club, '47. '48. '49, '50; Frances Sale 
Club. '50; Curie Science Club, '50; Student Govern- 
ment .Association, 'SO; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, '49, 'SO; 
Junior Class Sargeant-at-arms, '49. 

Margaret Wiggins. B. S. Transfer from Greensboro 
College, '49. Pi Kapjia Sigma, '49, 'SO; Cotillion Club, 
'50; Frances Sale Club, '49, '50. 

Elizabeth .Ann Wilson. B. S. Zeta Tau Alpha, 'SO ; In- 
ternational Relations Cluli. '49, 'SO; Curie Science 
Club. SO; Westminster Fellowship, '47, '48, '49, 'SO; 
Schoolma'.^m Staff, '49, '50; Y. W. C. A., '47, '48, 
'49, '50. 

Madeline Wiseman. B. S. in Education. Theta Sigma 
Upsilon, '50; Business Club, '47, '48, '49, '50; Wes- 
ley Foundation Council, '50; Schooi.ma'.^m Staff, '49, 
'SO; .Assistant Business Manager, '50; Y. W. C. A., 
'47. '48. '49. 'SO. 

William T. Wohlford. III. B. S. in Education. Trans- 
fer from Shenandoah College. Kappa Delta Pi. 'SO; 
Men's Chorus, '48, '49; Canterbury Club, '48, '49, 
'50, Historian, '49, Advisory Council, '50; Honor 
Council. 'SO; Y. M. C. A.. 'SO. 

Marv Lvnn Yearv. B. S. in Education. 4-H -Alumnae, 
'47, '48; E.x Libris, '49. '50. 

Carolyn Yow. B. S. in Education. .Association of Child- 
hood Education, '48. '49, '50, Secretary, 'SO ; Weslev 
l-'oiindation, '48. '49. 'SO, Council, '49, 'SO. 



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Anderson, J. Edgar, B.S., .MM 210 Ohio Avenue, Harrisonburg' Va 

Anthony, Katherine, B.S., M.A 35 .Maplehurst Avenue, Harrisonburg \'a 

Armentrout, Mary T., B.S., A.M., Ph.D 261 Grattan Street, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Bell, Maurice H., A.B.. M.A 1416 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg Va 

Beyrer, Mary K., B.A., M.S 623 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Blackwell, .\dele R., B.S., M.A Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va 

Blackwell, Rev. H. Conrad, M.M., Ph. B 250 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg Va 

Bland, Beatrice, B.S., M.A Harrisonburg, Va. 

Blosser, Sallie, B.S., M.A Route 4, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Bocskey, Stephen C, B.S., M.S 535 Long Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Boje, Mane Louise, A.B., .A.M 967 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va 

Bolen, Virginia, B.S 2(U N. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Brady, Mary Margaret, A.B., M.-\ 967 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Burau, Gertrude, B.S., M.A 1150 South Main St., Harrisonburg, Va. 

Bush, Bernicc M 1150 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Chappell. Wilbert, B.S., A.M., Ph.D 85 N. Brooke Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va 

CotTman, Mona L., A.B., M.A 241 Paul Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Comer, W ilda, B.A., B.S. in L.S 357 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Cool, Raymond D., B.S., ^LS., Ph.D Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Cooper, Ruth, B.S., M.A 265 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Craig, Gladys, B.S., M..^ 212 Newman Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Cundiff. Ruby E., A.B., ;M.S 357 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Curtis, Jay L., A.B., A.^L, Ph.D 17 Grace Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Dingledine, Ravmond, B..\.. M..A., I'h.D 739 S. Alason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Duke, S. P.. A.B.. A.M., LL.D S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Eagle, .Alfred K., B.S., M.A 231 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Fishback, Juanita 17 Grace Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Frank, Helen, A.B., A.M Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Frederikson, Otto F., B.S., A.M., Ph.D 130 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Garber, Dorothy S., B.S 335 Grace Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Garrison, Dorothy McGaheysville, Va. 

Gibbons, Howard K., B.L 610 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gifford, \V. J., A.B., A.M., Ph.D 700 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gildersleeve, Glenn, A.B., M.A., D.M 1409 ^■alley Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gildersleeve, Hazel \\'., B.F.A 1409 \'alley Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Gladin, Mabel B., B.S Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Grove, Frances, E.S., M..^ 85 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Hamrick, Clarence R., B.S., M.S.. Ph.D 651 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hanson. Kaus M., B.S., \.\\ 759 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hardesty, .Anne, B.S., M.-A 218 Newman .Avenue, Harriscjnburg, A'a. 

Harris, Elizabeth J 967 S. Main Street, Harrisonliurg, Va. 

Hartman, Betty McGaheysville, Va. 

Herr, Grace E., B.S., M.A 1110 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hewitt, Luellen, B., B.E., ALA 457 E. Wolfe Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hicks, Eleanor R., A.B., M.A S3 Weaver Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hicks, George R., A.B., B.^L, A.A.G.0 53 Weaver Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hoffman, Margaret V\, B.A., M.A 967 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hoover, Feme, A.B., M.A 869 S. Main .Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Hounchell, Paul, B.A., ALA., Ph.D 680 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Huffman, C. H., .A.B., .A.M., Ph.D 271 Grattan .Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Ikenberry, J. Emtnert, .A.B., M.A., Ph.D 310 W. Mew Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 



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Jdlinsu.ii, Ahhca l.„ A. I',.. M.A W ullinglon Aptv, 1 larrisi.nlung, Va. 

Kidd, Joel T., B.A., .M.A }^lt, Crawford, Va, 

Lanier, Bessie, A.B,, A.M 623 S. Main Street, Harris.jnburg, Va. 

Latimer, Mary E., B.A., .\LA., Pli.D 477 K. Market, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Lockard, M. leannette S., B.S.. M.S 201 Ohio Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Mathis, Miriam Liles Madison College, Harrisonburg Va 

Mcllwraith, John N., B.S., A..M 1408 S. Main Strc'et, Harrisonburg, Va. 

McMullen, Haynes, A.B., B.S. in L.S., >LS., Pb.D. .. 537 E. Limg Avenue, Harrisonburg Va 

Marshall, ChlTord T., B.M., M.M 591 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Martmez, Fernando Q., .^.B., M..A., I'h.l) Octtes, Virginia 

Matthews, Editli, B.S., M.S 218 Newman Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Meeks, Lydia P., A.B., M.A., Ph.D 87 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

iMiller, E. U., A.B., M.A., Ph.l ) 2(10 Monument Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Miller, G. Tyler Hilk-rest, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Monger, Unity, B.S., M.D 264 S. High Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Partlow, Benjamin W., B.S., M.S 1150 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Patterson, Elizabeth, B.S., M.A 1110 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Pittman, Melvin .\., B.S., M.S., Ph.D 100 Long Avenue, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Poindexter, Raymond, B.A., M.A., Ph.D 929 1). Street, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Raine, Sue, B.S., A.M 570 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, \'a. 

Reeke, C. E 25 Fairvievv Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Richardson, Bessie, A.B., .-^.M., Ph.D 245 Franklin Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Robertson, Julia, B.S., M.A 335 Grace Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Rodgers, Elizabeth, B.S., M.A., Ph.D 277 Newman Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Rucker, Ruth, B.S., M..A 311 S. Main-Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Ryan, Violetta Davis, B.S., M.A 473 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Sanders. London, B.S., M.S., .M.Ed 242 Cantrell .\\enue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Sands, Ellie, B.S.. M.S 212 Newman .\ venue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Sanger, Marquerite C., B.S., B.M Bridgewater, Va. 

Savage, Dorothy L., B.S., M.A 537 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Sawhill, John A., .\.B., .A.M., Ph.D 244 Monument Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Schneider, Edythe, B.M 85 Campbell Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Schubert, Leland, B..A., M.F.A., Ph.D 211 Dixie Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Schuster. Doris 1 )odd, B.M 741 Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Seeger, Mary Louise, B.S., .A.M Wellington .Apts., Harrisonburg, Va. 

Seig, Martha D.. B..^., M..'\ Bridgewater, Va. 

Shaeffer, Edna T 212 Newman .Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shawyer, Murl C, B.S.Ed., M.Ed 741 Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Shorts, Clyde P., .A..B., .A..M 473 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Show-alter, A. M., B.A., M.A.. Ph.l) 310 Paul Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Smith, Glenn Curtiss, B.S., M.S., Ph.D Campbell Court .Apts, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Trent, Rosalind, .A.B., .\1..A 623 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Turille, Stephen J., .A.B., M..A., Ed.l) 100 Weaver .Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

I'lrich, Celeste, B.S., M..A Madison College. Harrisonburg. \'a. 

X'anilever, Hope, -A.B., M..A Madison College. Harrisonburg, \'a. 

\'arner, Bernice Reaney, B..S., M..A 30 .Maplehurst .Avenue, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Walker, Glada B., A.B., M.A Madison College, Harrisonburg, Va. 

^^•aller, Robert, B.S., in E.E., B.S. in Organ, B..M. in Organ 

835 S. High Street, Harrisonburg,, Va. 

Warren, Percy H., B.S., M..A 1041 S. Maui Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Watkins, Evelyn 317 S. .Main Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Watkins, Lowell .\I., B.S., M..-\ 109 Lampbell Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Wells, lohn C, .A.B., M..\ 690 S. Mason Street. Harrisonburg, Va. 

Wigley^ Elsie, B.S 317 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Va. 

Willitt, John .A., B..A 116 Port Republic Rd., Harrisonburg, \'a. 

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Bishop, Mary Catherine 505 Prince Henry .Avenue. Homwell, \'irginia 

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Blair, Irene Frances Wellville, Virginia 

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Brown, Billie Belle 115 E. Darlington Avenue, Fhoelms, \'irginia 

Brown, Eunice Ruth Bon Air, \ irginia 

Brown. Jane Elizabeth 415 W. 30th Street. Norfolk, Virginia 

Brown, Jean Marie Route 1. Box 553. Salem. Virginia 

Brown, Nancy Jane Ballsville, \'irginia 

Brown. \'irginia Ann Route 4. Harrisonburg. Virginia 

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Burner, Lelia Katherine Route 2, V^'oodstock, V'irginia 

Burns, Phyllis .Ann 52 Walnut Street, Newington II, Connecticut 

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Butler, Mildred Alice Inwood, West \'irginia 

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Byers. Wallace Frankline (Mr.) 2i7 \\ . Market Street, Harrisonburg, \"irginia 

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Chapman, Bettv Jane 1305 Dinwiddie Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 

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Clendening, Xadine 227 S. Maple Street, Martinsburg, W est N'irginia 

Lleveland, Betty Lawson Craigsville, Virginia 

Cleveland, Jane W arren Millboro, Virginia 

Clingerman, Arthur Richard (Mr.) 716 N. Mill Street, North Manchester, Indiana 

Coates, Carrie Jane Route 1, Halitax, Virginia 

Coates, Charlotte Ruth \\ oodville, Virginia 

Cobb, Mary Louise Route 3, Box 780, Fairfax, Virginia 

Cocke, Jeanette Rose Route 3, Gretna, Virginia 

Cocke, Juanita Marie Route 3, Gretna, Virginia 

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Colbert, Shirley Anne Gretna, \'irginia 

Colfelt, \irginia Cornelia 3i \\ . \M\ Street, Front Royal, \'irginia 

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Collins, June Marie Timberville, Virginia 

Colonna, Marion Anne 116 Pine Street, Cape C harles, Virginia 

Compher, Margaret Ann 1679 N. Longfellow Street, Arlington, \irginia 

Cook, Sally Lee 1601 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Virginia 

Cooke, Jeanne Arden 20-4 — 27th Street, Virginia Beach, \'irginia 

Cooke, Mary X'irginia Peliso Avenue, Orange, \'irginia 

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Coon, Alice Elizabeth 13 Highland Place, Needham, Massachusetts 

Cooter, Alildred Ramona 1224 N. Main Street, 1 )anville, \irginia 

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Corbin, Janet Dell W'eyers Cave, Virginia 

Corker, Evelene Anne Beaver Uam, Virginia 

Coster, Janet Chase 039 Connecticut Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 

Cotler. Janice Beverly Route 2, Box 35, Woodford, Virginia 

Courtney, Mary Frances Carrollton, Virginia 

Coverston, Jeane Elizabeth Bc« 126, F.lkton, Virginia 

Covey, Martha Dotte Snowville, X'irginia 

Cox, Margaret .Ann Box 287, Smithfield, X'irginia 



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Craig, Joanne Shumate Axton, Virginia 

Cramer, Joyce Eleanor Boston Road, Sutton, Massachusetts 

Craun, Helen Reljecca Grottoes, Virginia 

Creasy, Sara Elza Route 3, Bedford, Virginia 

Crickenlierger, Catherine Margaret Waynesboro, \'irginia 

L rider. \\ ilham Ahon (Mr.) Fulks Run, \'irginia 

Criss, Mary Lou 157 C ourtney .Avenue, Roanoke, \'irginia 

Critzer. Jo .Anne 2527 Key Boule\ard, Arlington, \'irginia 

Croom, Barbara -Ann 114 Broad Street, Martinsville, Virginia 

Crosby, Barbara Ann Route 5, Staunton, Virginia 

Crowder, Dorothy Elaine 125 S. Union Street, .Alexandria, Virginia 

Crowe, Elizabeth Jeannette Route 1, Richmond, Virginia 

Culiie])per, Betty Sue Route 2, Box 369A.A, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Cunningham, Katherine Elizabeth 127 Ordale Boulevard, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 

Cupp, Hiwana Louise Route 1, Bridgevvater, Virginia 

t upp, Lois Elizabeth I )ayton. Virginia 

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Daciek, Joseph Kol)ert (Mr.) 317 N. 14th Street, Saginaw, Michigan 

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Davis, Jean Goode 133 Pocahontas Place, Hampton, Virginia 

1 )avis, Mary E'leanor 136 Gillis Road, Portsmouth, N'irginia 

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Decker, Betty Joe 2207 Dogwood Lane, Roanoke, \irginia 

Dederick, Jacquelyn Antoinette 84 Algonquin Road, Hanii>ton, X'irginia 

Dedrick, I )olly Louise Zil Florence Avenue, W aynesboro, Virginia 

Dejarnette, Rebecca Anne Clarkton, Virginia 

Dellinger, Helen Irene Conicville, Virgina 

Dellinger, Virginia Mae ( Mrs. ) Mt. Jackson, Virginia 

Denton, Kdgar Warren (Mr.) 27H Newman Avenue, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Depoy, Mary Frances Route 3, Box 157, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Deputy^ Byard Santord (Mr.) Dale Enterprise, Virginia 

Derrick, Josephine Hannah 140 E. High Street, W oodstock, Virginia 

Devier, Frcdericka W. (Mrs. ) 340 E. Market Street, Harri.sonburg, Virginia 

Devier, Sheffey Lewis, Jr. (Mr.) 340 F. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Dickey, Joan Tressa 2i Storrie Street, .Amsterdam, New York 

Dickie, Emilie Louise Roseland, \'irginia 

Diehl, C allie John ( Mr. ) Route 1, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Dill, Sarah Jane 5405 Willow Lawn, Richmond, Virginia 

Dillard, Flizabetli Ann N. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Dingledine, Agness Elizabeth Madison College, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Dishman, Alice Nindes Store, Virginia 

Di-xon, Alice Elizalieth Chestnut .\ venue, 24th Street, Buena \ ista, Virginia 

Dixon. Sue .Allegra Route 3, Box 65, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Dixon, Virginia Elizabeth Pungo, \' irginia 

1 )obbs, Diana Shenandoah, Virginia 

Dolly, Elinijr June Box 248, Franklin, West Virginia 

Donovan, Joan Carolyn 900 N. Garfield Street, .Arlington, Virginia 

Donovan, Sally Newton 2410 N. Glebe Road, Arlington, \'irginia 

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-Dorrington, Lorraine Grace 75 W. 5th Street, Oswego, New York 

Dorson, Sonia Lynne 22 DeKalb Avenue, • Portsmouth, Virginia 

Dougherty, Mary Clare 176 3rd Street, I'ulaski, Virginia 

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Dovel, Jacqueline Virginia 3707 — 5(ltli I'l., C cjllcge I'ark, Maryland 

Dovel, Mary Dillon 44(l7 Fitzhugh Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 

1 towns, Suzanne Bruguiere 25 Inwood Road, Chatham, New Jersey 

Dozier, Mary Naomi Lee Hall, Virginia 

Driver, Betty Lou Route 6, Box 73, Cumberland, Alaryland 

Driver, Colleen Carmen Dayton, Virginia 

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1 )udley, Betty Jean 5114 N. 15th Street, Arlington, Virginia 

Duke, Betty Page 412 Glendale Road, Hampton, \'irginia 

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Dun lord, W'ilma Ann Max Meadows, \'irginia 

1 lunnavant, Laura Belle Charlotte Court House, \'irginia 

Dunthorne, Marjorie 2Z Pennroad Avenue, Trenton, New Jersey 

Dyer, Marjorie Anne 7 Raines Avenue, Sandston, Virginia 

Eanes, Edna Lloyd Crewe, Virginia 

Earhart, Judith Ann 13(10 Tracy Place, I-"alls Church, Virginia 

Early, Ann Brent Ruckersville, Virginia 

Early, Lois Loraine 216 — 3rd Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Early, Margaret Ruth 6013 — 5th Street, N. V\'., Washington, D. C. 

Earman, Harry Canter (Mr.) 104 E. Market Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

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Eason, Virginia Dare Carrsville, \'irginia 

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Eavey, James William (Mr.) ^It. Sidney, \'irginia 

Echard, Lew Ann Keezletown, Virginia 

Edwards, Audrey Jean 419 Highland .Avenue, Suffolk, Virginia 

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Erdman, Ann Eliza 004 Ridgewood Road, Maplewood, New 

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Fralin, .Vnn Marie 1311 Chapman Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia 

Frankhouser, Jeanene .Ann 200 Caldwell .Avenue, Terra Alta, West Virginia 

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Freeman, Marcos (Mr.) Route 2, Broadway, Virginia 

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Funkh<iuser, Patsy Jane New Market, \'irginia 

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-Gaither, Norma Jean 627 Columbia -Avenue, Cumberland. Maryland 

Galbraith, Mary Lou 440 Locust Street, Greensburg, Pennsylvania 

Gallion, Kathleen Looper 4lh and Park Avenue, Mctoria, \'irginia 

Galluj), Jacqueline Flizabeth 811 Freeman Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 

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Hinson, 1 )orothy Green Paris, X'irginia 

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O'Hagen, Elsie Jean IS East 38th Street, Bayonne, New Jersej- 

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Owens, Frances Beverly 5514 Alonroe Place, Norfolk, X^irginia 

Owens, Mary Virginia Hematite, X'irginia. 

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Parker, Jean Marie 1424 Elm Avenue, Portsmouth. X'irginia 

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Paxton, Lawrence Edward (Mr.) 445 S. Mason Street, Harrisonlnirg, X'irginia 

Pearce, Alice Dorcas 91 Broad Street, Harrisonburg, X'irginia 

Pearson, Gloria .-Xnnctte 324 — 3rd Avenue, Quantico, X'irginia 

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Pebworth, Otto Wells, Jr. (Mr.) Route 2, Portsmouth, X'irginin 

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F'inchbeck, Audrey Glynn 301 Mann Street, Blackstone, Virginia 

Pingley, Gloria Ann .- 109 Fort Street, Strasburg, Virginia 

Pinney, Winifred Ann 3413 Oneida Avenue, Altoona, Pennsylvania 

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Polsue, Mary Kathryn 3815 Virginia Avenue, Charleston 4, West Virginia 

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Price, Sally Marie 212 Muss Street, Martins\ ille, \irginia 

Proiinos, KUen Manuel 50(l9 Xewpcjrt Avenue, Norfolk, X'irginia 

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Reger, Martha Ann 534 F'.. Washington Street, Charles Town, \Vest X'irginia 

Reid, Melba .Anderson 1 lO C onway Road, I )ecatur, Georgia 

Reilly, Patricia .Ann 267 W. XX'ater .Street, Harrisonburg, X'irginia 

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kexrode, Dorothy Ellen Monterey, \'irginia 

Reynolds, Reba Ruth Route 4, Chatham, Virginia 

Rhinehard, Alma Jean New Market, \'irginia 

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Ridings, Joan Route 1, Martinsburg, Wes' Virginia 

Riley, 1- ranees Lawson 3916 Fort .\\ enue, Lynchlmrg, X'irginia 

Ring, C arl E. (Mr.) 2109 N. Kenmore Street, .Arlington, X'irginia 

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Ritenour, Joan Fay \Vti Massanutten Street, Strasburg, X'irginia 

Roach, Constance Isabel 4019 Clinton .Axenue, Richmoncl, X'irginia 

Robbins, Frances Rebecca Route 2, Hurt, X'irginia 

Roberson, Rachel Lee Star Route, Trout\ ille, X'irginia 

-Roberts, Alma Gertrude 27(10 S. Cle\ eland Street, .Arlington, X'irginia 

Roberts, George Kieffer (Mr.) 1307 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, X'irginia 

Robertson, .Anne Brooks Burkeville, X'irginia 

Rol)inson, Betty Sue 34 Bainbridge .Avenue, Portsmouth, X'irginia 

Rodgers. Mary Anne Langhorne 1025 W . King Street, Martinsl)urg, West X'irginia 

Roe, Jean (, arolyn Hargrave Boulevard, Chatham, X irginia 

Rogers. James X\ illiam (Mr.) 594 S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, X'irginia 

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Russell, Rita Jeannee Kxmore, Virginia 

Ryan, Ernest W. ( Mr.) 282 Monroe Avenue, W ycUoff, New lerscy 

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Sacra, Louise Dallas 409 \\ . Main Street, Covington, \'irginia 

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Saum, Ellen Wagniere Edinburg, Virginia 

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Saunders, Virginia Bagby 3100 Edgewood Avenue, Richmond 22, N'irginia 

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Sawyers, Margaret Irene Box 1087, Alexandria, \'irginia 

Scarborough, Mary Roselyn Carson, \irginia 

Schneider, Jane Marie Box 456, Winchester, \'irgima 

Schulz, Elsie Esther Sugar Grove, Virginia 

Scott, Emily Thomas 19 E. Clay Street, Salem, X'irginia 

Scott, Marjorie Ann 305 Alien Avenue, Elizabelhton, Tennessee 

Scruggs, Janet Louise 125 Warwick Road, Haddonfield, New Jersey 

Seaman, Nan Lakin 1406 CMk Hill Avenue, Hagerstovvn. Maryland 

Seibel, Sylvia Lenore Route 1, Box 185, Roanoke, Virginia 

Sellers, Doris \'ietta i^ox 240, Route 2, t-.lkton, \irginia 

Senger, Betty Jo Box 56, Mt. Sidney, Virginia 

Sewell, Mary Bob 2526 Williamson Road Apts., Roanoke 12, \'irginia 

Shallcross, Jean Ermine Bank Street, Suffolk, \'irginia 

Shapiro, Barbara Sylvia 1747 S. Sycamore Street, Petersburg, Virginia 

Shaver, Gloria Mae Mt. Jackson, Virginia 

Sheets, Mary Anne 939 W. Beverley Street, Staunton, Virginia 

Sheetz, Lydia Elizabetli McGahrysville, \'irginia 

Shelor, Janet Lee Box 6,. Christian.sliurg, Virginia 

Sherman, Doris Marie 2314 Chestnut Avenue, Newport News, Virginia 

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Shifley, Mary Frances Ewing, Virginia 

Shirkey, Retha Athey HI Miller Street, \\ inchester, Virginia 

Shomo, Betty Ann 500 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Shomo, Peggy Jean Middlebrook Road, Staunton, Virginia 

Shorey, Barbara May College Park, Staunton, Virginia 

Shorter, Shirley Mae 301 Henry Street, Cambridge, Maryland 

Showalter, Carl Rolston (Mr.) Route 4, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Showalt_er, Doris Jean Route 1, Broadway, \'irginia 

Showalter, Grace Irene Route 1. Broadway, Virgiiua 

Showalter, Walter Raymond, Jr. (Mr.) Star Route, Hinton, Mrginia 

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Shufflebarger, Carle 527 Randolph Avenue, Pulaski, Virginia 

ShulTlebarger, Earle 527 Randolph Avenue, Pulaski, Virginia 

Shuler, Anna Belle Shenandoah, Virginia 

Shuler, Eva Marie Elkton, Virginia 

Shultz, L'lreca Gum Valley Center, Virginia 

Shumake, Nellie Louise Route 1, Grottoes, Virginia 

Sibert, Anne Preston 820 Ott Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Silk, Betty Jane 345 — 52nd Street, Newport News, Virginia 

Simmons, AUla Lorraine Franklin, West Virginia 

Simmons, Doris Mae Sugar Grove, West V'irginia 

Simmons, Evelyn Wise 803 Alleghany Avenue, Staunton, X'irginia 

Simmons, Ruth \'irginia Eagle Rock, \'irginia 

Simon, Marjorie Roseanna 903 E. Ocean View Avenue, Norfolk, V'irginia 

Simpkins, Louise Payne Route 1, Christiansburg, Mrginia 

Simpkins, Phyllis .Anne Box 714, Max Meadows, Virginia 

Simpkins, Sylvia Elizabeth Box 714, Max IMeadows, \'irginia 

Simpson, Edna Mac Nacc, Virginia 

Simpson, Frances Annette Chatham, \'irginia 

Simpson, Margaret June ()420 Cottage Toll Road. Norfolk, Virginia 

Sinclair. George Carlton (Mr.) The Plains. Virginia 

Sisson, Alice Catherine Remo, Virginia 

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Smith, Anne Marie 1050 Falmouth Street, \\ arrcntun, Xirginia 

Smith, Betty June Luray, Xirginia 

Smith, fiordon Barron (Mr.) Fairfax, X'irgini:i 

Smith, lean Marie Io02 Nottoway Avenue, Richmond, Xirginia 

Smith, Judith Glazebrook 203 Clay Street, Suffolk, X'irginia 

Smith, Mary Lee South Fork, Moorefield, West X'irginia 

Smith, Mary Lewis Baity, X'irginia 

Smith, Sue Adilanc North Main Street, Franklin, West X'irginia 

Smith. Theora Jean Mt. Solon, X'irginia 

Snead. Rachel X ictoria Route 3, Bassett. X'irginia 

Sncdcgar, Jeau Ann 1815 XX'estover Avenue, Roanoke 15, Virginia 

Snider, Peggy Ann 4910 Patterson Avenue, Richmond 26. X'irginia 

Snowden, Marie Emma Box 81, Sharps. X irgini i 

Snyder. Georgie X'elma Franklin, West X irginii 

Snyder, Martha Ann 2122 Memorial Avenue, S. X\'., Roanoke, X'irginia 

Sommers, X'irginia Anne 2718 E. Franklin Street, Richmond, X'irginia 

.Sorensen, Betty Christine 1405 N. Herndon Street. Arlington, X'irgini i 

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Sours, Patsy Jane Box 14, C hatham, X'irginia 

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.'^pecr, Martha Memory 263 Hawthorne Drive, DanviOe. X irgini i 

Speer. Mary Jay 263 Hawthorne Drix e. Danville. X'irginia 

Speight, .Alice XX'ebster 3231 Kensington .Avenue, Richmond. X'irginia 

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- Spitler, XX'arren Lee (Mr.) 300 New York .Avenue. Harrisonlnirg. X'irginia 

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■ Spradlin. Ethel Ordell Goodview, X'irgini:i 

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.Stephens. Clara Pauline High .Street. Edinburg, Xirginia 

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Stone, Joyce Marlene 925 "F" Street. Copeland Park, Newport News, X'irginia 

Sione, Margaret .Ann 254 Clinton .Avenue, Big Stone Gaj), X'irginia 

Stout. Ann Louise 104 .Aiken Road. Chattanooga 4, Tennessee 

.Stovall, Jean Marie 2104 N. Nottingham Street, Arlington. X'irginii 

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.Straw. Janet Romaine High Spire, Pennsx Ivanii 

Strawdcrnian, X era Joan 22 Monroe Street, Harrisonburg, X'irginia 

Strickland, Betty .Anne 302 Ferguson .Avenue. Hilton X'illage. X'irginii 

Striker. Barbara .Ann 2ii Oak Street. Front Royal. X'irginia 

Sul'ivan. .Ann Harlin ( Mrs.) 2! 1 Paul Street. Harrisonburg. X'irginia 

Sullivan, Harry Ezekiel. Jr. (Mr.) 702 Lee .Avenue. Fredericksburg. X'ir.einia 

.Sumption. Lois Gaynelle 426 S. High Street, Harrisonburg, X'irginii 

Suter, Robert Noland (Mr.) Dayton, X'irginii 

.Swank, Janice Newton 171 Franklin .Street. Harrisonburg, X irginia 

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T'-onia-^ Permeba .Anne 502 Forest Street, Martinsville, X'irginia 

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Thrasli^r, Jean LaKue 703 Laurel Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 

Thrasher, Joanne Carmen 703 Laurel A\enue, Norfolk, Virginia 

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Tillman, Doris Louise 3318 E. Broad Street, Richmond, Virginia 

Tingle, Lucyle Carlton 1625 W'estbrook Street, Richmond, Virginia 

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Totten, Billie Eileen Route 1, Front Royal, Virginia 

Towne, Natalie Eastman Main Street, Kennebunk Port, Maine 

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Trinkle. Anne C rawford 2059 Maiden Lane, Roanoke, Virginia 

Trobaugh, Billie Belle 080 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Trundle, Lois Marie 4014— I3th Street, N. E., Washington, D. C. 

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Turner, Alta Sue Box 186, Broadway, Virginia 

Turner, Elizabeth Lee 707 N. Main Street, Blacksburg, Virginia 

Turner, Eula Douglas Box n74, Alexandria, Virginia 

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Turner, Nancy Jones 6401 Powhatan Avenue, Norfolk, Virginia 

Turner, Peggy Ann Route 3, Bedff>rd, Virginia 

Tur])in, Katherinc Atwater 20th Street, Wvthe\ i'le, Vir.gin'a 

Tutwiler, Gene Virginia 557 S. Mason Street, Harrisonburg, \'irginia 

Tyson, Betty Jeanne 3222 Patterson Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 

Umphlette, Sarah Elizabeth Route I. Whaleyville, Virginia 

LTpdike, Dorothy Lou 716 College Street, Bedford, Virginia 

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Vargo, Mary Jo Courtland, \'irginia 

X'auglian. Rebecca Broaddiis 69 BoMing Koad, Portsmouth, Virginia 

N'aughan, Ruth Joyce 113 N. 4th Street, Hopewell, Virginia 

\ avrck, Barbara Ann Route 3, Box S, Portsmouth, Virginia 

\'iar, Betty Jane Bo.x 190, Salem, Virginia 

Viar, Frances Irene 402 Chestnut Street, Buena \'ista, X'irginia 

Waggy, Warren Reid (Mr.) Franklin, West Virginia 

Wagner, Ann F.lizabeth 1342 Ferguson .Avenue. Newport News, Virginia 

Wainwright, Dorothy I)u\all 208 Dinwiddie .Avenue, Blackstone, Virginia 

Walker, Nancy Howe ^litchellville, Maryland 

Walker, Pauline F'arker Victoria, Virginia 

Waljiole, Mary OIlie Vee 201S .Airline .Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Walters, Betty Lou ~ Princess .Anne, \'irginia 

W alton, Jean .Ann -. . .- 3027 Dill .Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 

W ard, Katherine Virginia Hampton, Virginia 

Warren, Mary Virginia 1041 .S. Main Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Warren, Nelsina Lorraine Box 274, Middleburg, Virginia 

Warthan, Betty Gene 9th Street, Victoria, Virginia 

Waters, .Alice Elaine Main Street, Luray, Virginia 

\\ aters, Ellen Fielder Box 5, Dumfries, Virginia 

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Watkins, Helen Clayton 2911 Ellwoo<l .Avenue. Richnion<l 21, Virginia 

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Watkins, Shirley Ann ; . . . . 144 Dwight Street, Waterbury 10, Connecticut 

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VV'atson, Jeanine 1103 Winchester Avenue, Mariinsburg, V\'est Virginia 

Weakley. Richard .Alexander (Mr.) 298 S. Liberlv Street. Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Weaver, I'hyllis Elizabeth 182 Pannebaker .Avenue, Lewistown, Pennsylvania 

Webb, Dolores Elaine 5863 North 15th Street, .Arlington, Virginia 

Webber, Joanne Katherine 3520 Hillcrest .Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia 

Weddle, .Alice Sue 1017 Winona Avenue, S. W., Roanoke, Virginia 

Weinraub, Janyce May 3943 Granby Street. Norfolk, Virginia 

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Wenzel, Jeanne Elizabeth Route 2, Herndon, Virginia 

\\ ertz, Betty Jean 228 N. Thomas Street, Bedford, Pennsylvania 

Wcstbrook, Martha Elizabeth Route 4, Box 660, Suffolk, Vireinia 

Weyant, Margaret 34 Spruce Street, Cedarhurst, New York 

VV'heatley, Tune Ernestine Box 911, Dulilin Road, Pulaski, Virginia 

Whetzel, Elizabeth .Ann Broadway, V'irginia 

— Whisnant, Jackson C. (Afr.) 334 Franklin .Street, Harrisonburp, Virginia 

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White, Dorothy Scott 800 S. Wavne Street, .Arlington. A'irginia 

Whitehousc, Jean Watt 908 Hanover Street, Frederick.sburg, Virginia 

Whitehurst. Mildred Joyce 40 Fiske Street, Portsmouth, Virginia 

Whitman, M:irearet Louise Lovettsville, Virginia 

Whitmore. Helen Josephine Edom, A'irginia 

Whitten. Mary .Anne 223 LaFavctte .Avenue, Petersburg. Virginia 

Wicks, Gertrude McGrew (Mrs.) 634 — 23rd Street. S.. Arlington. Virgi"ia 

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-Wiggins, Ella Margaret 1316 Boiling Avenue, Norfolk 8, A'irginia 

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Wilkins, Josephine Elizabeth Edinburg, Virginia 

Wilkins. Afarv .Ann Ro,ute 4, Box 136, Roanoke, Virginia 

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Williams, Dorothy .Ann 308 Highland .Avenue, Mullens, West A'irginia 

Williams, Emma Jean Jonesville, A'irginia 

Wilbams, Frrel'e Pose DeWitt, A'irginia 

Williams, Miriam Tuanita ll.W — 25th Street. Newport News, A'irginia 

■ Williams, .Stuart Ware (Mr.) 375 Alountain .Aye.. S. W.. Roanoke, A'irginia 

W'illiams, A irginia Anne Fillman Drive, Reidsville, North Carolina 

Wi'moth. Margaret Katherine Box 84. Halifax, A'irginia 

Wills, Alary Lyle Route 1, Box 74. Gladstone, Virginia 

Wilson, Betty Rae Middleburg, Virginia 

Wilson, Elizabeth .Anne Rockbridge Baths, A'irginia 

Wilson, Fae Saunders 2004 Richmond .Avenue, Portsmouth, Virginia 

AA'ilson, Norma Gay 1711 Carlisle .Avenue, Richmond, Virginia 



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W'inans, June Millicent 30 Hurst Road, I )terhurst, Wilmington, Delaware 

Wine, Mary Louise Bank Street, Bridgewater, Virginia 

"" "VN'iseman, ^lary Madeline Route 1, Staunton, Virginia 

Withers, Christine Janet 2112 Huidekoper Place, N. W., Washington, D. C. 

Witten, Jf) Anne Tazewell, \'irginia 

Wohlford, William Thomas, III (Mr.) 100 Walnut Street, Johnson City, Tennessee 

Wolfe, Betty Sue Hutton A\ cnue. Glade Spring, Virginia 

\\ <illc, Eugene Elwood 1420 S. Main Street, Harrisonlnirg, Virginia 

Wolff, Gladys Joan 19 W illowbank Avenue. Lansdowne, Pennsylvania 

Wood, Doris Jean 2509 Tillett Road, Roanoke, X'irginia 

V\'ood, Jean Lois Coluinhia, \' irginia 

Wood, jo Lee Route 2, Box 198, Charlottesville, Virginia 

Wood, Miriam McF.achern 138 Clyde Street, Hampton, \'irginia 

Woodford, Emil}' Ann Huddleston, Virginia 

Woodford, Gloria 1 )elphine 909 — tth Street, S. W., Roanoke, Virginia 

Woodst)n, I lilcie Deane Earlysville, Virginia 

W'oodyard, Alma Lorraine 2616 Key Blvd., Arlington, Virginia 

Woolf, Harry Gassaway (Mr.) 358 Ott Street, Harrisonhur.g, \'irginia 

W'oolfolk, Ella Elizabeth Mineral, Virginia 

Wren, Norman Spencer (Mr.) 105 Glenn Street, \'allejo, California 

W right, Joye -Alice Comers Rock, Virginia 

Wyatt, Shirley Anne Gretna, Virginia 

Wynes, Charles Eldridge (Mr.) Colonial Inn, Middleburg, Virginia 

Yeary, Mary Lyim Jonesville, Virginia 

Young, Jean Constance Route 3, Staunton, Virginia 

Young, Phyllis Marie Box 448, Bassett, Virginia 

Younger, Mary Annette 1605 Somerset Drive, Lynchburg, Virginia 

Yow, Grace Carolyn Jeffs, Virginia 

Zablotski, .Adclia Mary 3357 Fenton Avenue, New York, New York 

Zigkr, John Edgar (Mr.) Route 1, Box 280, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Zirkle, .Audrey Nelle 571 E. Wolfe Street, Harrisonburg, Virginia 

Zirkle, Barbara .Ann Bo.x 211, New Market, Virginia 

Zirkle, Mary Anne 11 S. Broad Street, Luray, Virginia 

Zoll, Lotte Anne Luise Meta 5 W'aldstrasse, Niederrad, Frankfurt-on-Main, Germany 

Zollman, Betty Tucker 10 Lee Avenue, Lexington, Virginia 

Zoulis. Bessie 909 E. Market Street, Charlottesville, Virginia 

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field, a heart attachment equal to life- 
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is PRINTING. Once editor, once 
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spirit of the shop, the spell is seldom 
broken. Like the odor of a camp 
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loved tang of printer's ink, symboli- 
cal of a great jjrofession, gets into 
y<un- heart and soul. School Annuals. 
Magazines, Newsjiapers and Special 
Printing, all smack of it. It is an 
invisible link that binds all intelli- 
gence together. It is the stimulus 
for creation in business or romance. 
This craftsmanship, this devotion to 
service and alertness to business 
needs, has nourished and developed 
enormous industrial vitality and whichevei way the course of the future runs, the printer 
will always find himself aide to adapt his helpfulness to new opportunity. 

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